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Telco: ‘Fibre ads misleading’

Telco: ‘Fibre ads misleading’

Research from UK alternative digital infrastructure provider CityFibre suggests that millions of broadband customers across the UK may have been misled about their broadband service. Now that almost all broadband…

Ofcom: ‘Salmond RT show misled audience’

Ofcom: ‘Salmond RT show misled audience’

The Alex Salmond Show – a political and current affairs series on the RT channel, hosted by the former First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond and produced by his own…

Senators call for Smart TV privacy investigation

Senators call for Smart TV privacy investigation

US Senators Edward J Markey (D-Mass.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), members of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, are requesting that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) launch an investigation into…

Australian creatives call for evolved content rules

Australia’s film, television and music industries have united to call on the Government to evolve Australian content rules to make them fit for purpose in the digital environment. In a…

COBA: Brexit White Paper offers little clarity

COBA: Brexit White Paper offers little clarity

The Government’s White Paper on Brexit offers little clarity for the UK’s £1 billion (€1.13bn) international broadcasting sector, according to the Commercial Broadcasters Association (COBA), the trade body for commercial…

US DoJ appeals AT&T/Time Warner verdict

The US Department of Justice is appealing the June 12th decision by a US District Court judge that cleared the merger of US telco giant AT&T and entertainment conglomerate Time…

FCC opens C-band for 5G

The FCC is advancing (by a 4-0 vote) to move forward with a proposal by Intelsat and SES (with Intel) to see a restructuring of C-band spectrum over the US…

Brexit: No DSM but UK seeks ‘best possible licensing deal’

Brexit: No DSM but UK seeks ‘best possible licensing deal’

The UK Government has published its White Paper on The Future Relationship Between the United Kingdom and The European Union, disagreement over which saw two resignations within the Department for…

Comcast tables £26bn for Sky

Comcast has raised its bid for Sky, valuing the pay-TV giant at £26 billion and trumping yesterday’s Fox bid of £24.5 billion (€27.7bn, $32.4bn). It tops Comcast’s previous £22 billion…

Mediapro pleads guilty to bribing FIFA

Mediapro pleads guilty to bribing FIFA

Imagina US, owned by the Spanish TV group Mediapro, has pleaded guilty to charges of bribing Latin American football officials for the TV rights to qualifying matches for the 2014,…