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Globecast: “Infrastructure as Code is cloud gamechanger”

Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, is haling the emergence of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) as a gamechanger for the media entertainment industry and has begun deployment of the…

Flexible TV packages from BT

Flexible TV packages from BT

UK multiplay telco BT is revamping its TV packages, introducing flexible bundles which will allow users to change the channels they subscribe to every month. The TV platform has also…

Vianeos grows TV services for Batelco

Vianeos, a French provider of multi-screen video platforms, has announced the launch of new services for Batelco – the largest telco in Bahrain Vianeos has revamped the Batelco TV (IPTV…

Google Fiber dropping linear TV

Google Fiber dropping linear TV

Google Fiber, part of the Access division of Alphabet Inc, which provides gigabit fibre broadband Internet and IPTV to a number of locations in the US, will no longer be…

Successful raid on Bulgarian IPTV pirates

Successful raid on Bulgarian IPTV pirates

Europol, the law enforcement agency of the European Union, has supported a massive crackdown on illegal IPTV distributors in an operation executed by the Cybercrime Unit of the Bulgarian General…

Intertrust, Friend MTS extend streaming piracy fight

DRM technology specialist Intertrust and content protection service provider Friend MTS are extending their partnership agreement that enhances Intertrust’s ExpressPlay content protection platform with Friend MTS anti-piracy and watermarking technology…

BritBox launches on netgem.tv

BritBox launches on netgem.tv

Hybrid TV platform netgem.tv is now offering the BritBox SVoD service through its growing network of ISP operators and enabled netgem.tv devices in the market. To mark the deal with…

Analyst: Telcos must explore growth opportunities

Analyst: Telcos must explore growth opportunities

Despite the continued competitive onslaught from tech firms and over-the-top (OTT) providers, telco communication and data services will still command 50 per cent of the overall digital consumer services industry…

Swisscom TV extends Netflix partnership

Swisscom TV extends Netflix partnership

Multiplay telco Swisscom says it is continuing to break down the barriers between television and streaming with the introduction, from January 27th, of  ‘Swisscom TV X’, which it claims will…

Belgium: 3SS powers Proximus Pickx

3 Screen Solutions (3SS), a provider of software solutions for STB and multiscreen digital entertainment, has announced that Proximus, Belgium’s largest telco and multi-service provider, has selected the 3READY Android…

Synamedia: “Cross-service TV bundles centre stage in 2020”

Jean-Marc Racine, Chief Product Officer, Synamedia has offered his 2020 industry predictions, forecasting that new ecosystems and partnerships will boost the demand for linear TV addressable advertising, and that cross-service…

SRT Alliance surpasses 300 members

SRT Alliance surpasses 300 members

The SRT Alliance, supporting the SRT Open Source Project, has announced that Alibaba Cloud, Internet Initiative Japan, Kiswe, and Red5 Pro have joined the SRT Alliance showing their support of…

Korea: ATEME powers OTT services for Medialog

ATEME, a specialist in video delivery solutions, has announced that Medialog, a Korean content provider and subsidiary of LG U+ , one of Korea’s largest telecommunication carriers, has implemented ATEME’s…

ABS-CBN files $4m piracy suit

ABS-CBN files $4m piracy suit

Filipino media and entertainment group ABS-CBN has filed a $4 million (€3.59m) lawsuit against a Texas resident and a streaming service for allegedly pirating its content through illegal set-top boxes.…

Report: Strong growth in live IP broadcasting

LiveU has published its annual State of Live report based on data gathered from its global customer base of thousands of users. The findings reflect the substantial growth in IP…