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The 700 MHz spectrum-band has been reallocated from broadcast to mobile use in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, the ITU has confirmed.… Read more


Disney has launched its new UK streaming service DisneyLife, offering access to the firm’s “biggest collection of entertainment in one place”. The service costs £9.99… Read more

Rona Fairhead

The BBC Trust has welcomed plans by the government to fund an extension of the BBC’s World Service with additional spending. As part of its… Read more

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Kate Bulkley

Can Netflix’s business plan elevate the company from teenage upstart to dependable adult? Kate Bulkley reports. Eighteen is a difficult age for humans and so, it… Read more


If there’s one thing you can rely on with John Malone it’s that his big media deals get the attention of the entire industry, writes… 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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Santiago Benedit

The Wananchi Group has appointed former VimpelCom executive Santiago Benedit as its new CEO, following the end of the contract term of Richard Alden. Benedit joins… Read more


Arris’ planned US$2.1 billion (€1.95 billion) takeover of Pace has received unconditional merger clearance from The Superintendence of Industry and Commerce in Colombia. This deal has… Read more


Netherlands-based, equestrian-themed SVoD service, HorseLifestyle.TV, has launched globally, promising “the best horse content from all over the world.” The streaming service will offer films, documentaries, series… Read more


Middle East and North Africa-focused SVoD player Icflix has inked a deal with Umniah Telecom and its streaming service is now available to the Jordanian… Read more