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The BBC Trust has defended its right to remain a “universal public service broadcaster” and opposed the potential sale of its commercial arm BBC Worldwide… Read more

Mai Fyfield

Sky has urged Ofcom to separate BT and its infrastructure arm Openreach in its final submission to the UK broadcast regulator as part of its… Read more

Qualcomm's Enrico Salvatori

Russian service provider MTS has teamed up with Ericsson and Qualcomm to conduct the country’s first live trial of the LTE Broadcast technology. MTS is… Read more

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Content owners are sceptical about the EU’s plans for a Digital Single Market. They want to protect the status quo on selling rights. Raymond Snoddy… Read more

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Preeya Naul, director of publisher solutions at Rightster, looks at the impact of Vice and other developments in the online video world at the recent… Read more

Michael Lantz

Michael Lantz, CEO, Accedo, argues that telcos need to adopt OTT technology to remain flexible and cost effective. The media world has been evolving at… Read more

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Mediaset-backed pay TV unit Mediaset Premium had 1.815 million post-paid subscribers at the end of the third quarter, a quarterly net increase of 112,000, exceeding… Read more

The Modern Times Group is rolling out two new channels, Viasat Series and Viasat Films and amending the line-ups of other Viasat offerings. The new… Read more

Same Toles

User-generated content site Vimeo has announced its first ever slate of original programming, which includes: The Outs, a gay-themed web series from Adam Goldman and… Read more

Brett Sappington

Some 10% of US broadband households are ‘cord cutters’, with 25% of them cancelling their pay TV service in the past year and turning to… Read more