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China Digital TV still struggling

China Digital TV suffered a further drop in sales of its mostly Cloud-based conditional access. The company, which operates exclusively in China, saw net revenues decrease by 22.9 per cent…

Starz: 300,000 subs and European expansion

Starz: 300,000 subs and European expansion

Lionsgate has reported revenue of $932.7 million (€816.11m) and net loss of $7.9 million, for the quarter ended June 2018. Starz reported a sequential increase of 300,000 subscribers in the quarter…

Virgin boost for Liberty Global Q2

Virgin boost for Liberty Global Q2

International TV and broadband company Liberty Global’s Q2 and H1 results have been boosted by record Virgin Media rebased revenue growth and subscriber additions. It reported overall company Q2 Revenue…

Roku beats forecasts

Roku beat Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter in a row since IPO. The firm also lifted its guidance for the year, as it capitalises on the shift of…

Viacom upbeat profits

Small-budget movies helped Viacom to a surprise rise in adjusted profits, as it struggles with restructuring. Revenue was a shade weaker than expected: sales fell 4 per cent to $3.24bn.…

TiVo seeking “strategic alternatives”

TiVo’s newly-appointed interim CEO Raghu Rau, in position for just a month, confirmed to analysts on the company’s Q2 results presentation that it is conducting a very comprehensive review and…

Boom-time for ‘Big Three’ satellite stocks

The apparent enthusiasm for the re-use of satellite’s C-band frequencies over the US, and the accompanying optimism for the balance sheets of the operators, has driven stock prices upward. The…

Iger: Our top priority is ‘DisneyFlix’

Disney has revealed heavy spending on its upcoming streaming service designed to compete head-on with Netflix and Prime. Disney fell short of forecasts for earnings and revenues in the quarter…

Discovery Q2: “Solid financial results”

Discovery Q2: “Solid financial results”

Discovery delivered solid financial results in its first full quarter as a combined company and continued to make great progress with its integration of Scripps Networks Interactive and its pivot…

EchoStar Inmarsat bid: ‘Completely unacceptable’

Inmarsat CEO Rupert Pearce told analysts August 2nd that the recent EchoStar bid for Inmarsat was so unacceptable that any dialogue or engagement would have been seen as weakness. Pearce…