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Andrus Ansip

New European Commission vice-president Andrus Ansip has backed “solid” and “clearly defined” net neutrality and called for geo-blocking restrictions in Europe to be scrapped. In… Read more

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The BBC is set to outline how it can make an additional £400 million (€505 million) of savings a year by 2017. The UK public… Read more

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Fox International Channels’ pay and free TV businesses in Turkey are merging. Fox International Channels Turkey and Fox Turkey will now operate as a single… Read more

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Adoption of mobile video is growing,  but the live viewing experience remains key, argues Stephen Taylor of Redshift Strategy. Are we all going mobile?  Scarcely… Read more

Kate Bulkley

Pay TV operators, mobile providers and tech giants are all investing in content assets, and there is a lot to play for, writes Kate Bulkley… Read more

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In the wake of the World Cup, Piksel’s Miles Weaver assesses second screen activity around the event. “Sport is about moments,” a smart man at… Read more

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Footballers United

The BBC is launching Footballers United, an interactive drama to tie in with its World War One season that will combine video, audio, image and… Read more


Discovery is set to relaunch its Discovery HD Showcase channel in Europe, the Middle East and Africa on December 1.  The network, which airs in… Read more

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Home networking devices are expected to bring in US$13.4 billion (€10.7 billion) globally in 2014, up 18% compared to last year, according to Infonetics Research.… Read more

Nick Cohen

Former BBC multiplatform commissioner Nick Cohen has returned to the TV industry after three years at advertising firm Mediacom by joining Little Dot Studios. Cohen… Read more