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Anti Counterfeiting Group

The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) is a not for profit trade association, recognised as a leading authority on the worldwide trade in fakes.  ACG was founded in the UK in 1980…

Nuts TV loyalty card

Turner Broadcasting has become the first broadcaster to strike a deal with MiCard to create an interactive loyalty card scheme for lads channel Nuts TV, MiCard is a viewer relationship…

Free films and TV shows through IMDb

Amazon has revealed that its subsidiary, The Internet Movie Database (IMDb), will now allow users to watch feature films and TV shows for no charge Over 6,000 titles will be…

Conax pairs chips for increased security

From Nick Snow in Amsterdam Conditional access provider Conax is claiming success with introducing increased levels of security to meet the new challenges that digital TV Conditional access provider Conax…

Consumer demand drives HD online content

From Colin Mann in Amsterdam Rich media specialist Akamai Technologies has revealed that trend research conducted with attendees of this year's IBC2008 shows that 82 per Rich media specialist Akamai…

All3Media on BlinkBox

All3Media International, the producer has struck a major online distribution deal to make its programmes available via video service BlinkBox. The deal will see 56 BlinkBox, the online video service…

Open download consortium

Another consortium has been formed to encourage open download and transfer of paid media. The Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), consortium brings together Warner Bros, “When we start to bundle…

BT bid for soccer rights?

BT is mulling a bid for rights to the Premier League when the auction for coverage of the competition gets underway early next year. The Dan Marks, BT Vision's chief…

HBO Central Europe Launches Three HD Channels on AMOS

From Nick Snow in Amsterdam The AMOS satellites operator announced that HBO Central Europe has launched three new HD channels using Spacecom’s AMOS satellites. The three The AMOS satellites operator…

Kudelski claims Europe piracy victory

Kudelski, which owns Nagravision says it scored a big victory in its fight against pay-TV piracy in Europe with a German court prohibiting one of Although the banned “free-to-air” decoders…

Sling Media into Spain

From David Del Valle in Madrid Sling Media, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EchoStar, is launching its SlingBox products, Pro and Solo, to allow their customers in Sling Media, a wholly-owned…

ESPN nets Twenty20 rights

ESPN nets Twenty20 rights US sports broadcaster ESPN has paid almost $1 billion for the global rights to the Twenty20 Champions League, the world’s richest cricket ESPN paid $900 million…

ITN Clips on Demand

ITN Clips on Demand ITN Source has launched Clips on Demand, the world's largest collection of broadcast-quality, ';rights-ready' video clips available for purchase and download online…

Disney: ISPs should ban pirates

Bob Iger, the chief executive of the Walt Disney Company, has called on Internet service providers to ban people who illegally download content. In July, six In July, six of…

UK brands failing to monetise digital media strategies

Market research by industry analyst, Redshift Research, on behalf of Oxygen8 Communications, has found that major UK brands are still failing to monetise their digital The research finds that whilst…