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ESPN has signed an exclusive deal with African sports broadcaster Kwesé to launch the ESPN channel in 19 countries across the continent. Under the deal,… Read more

Dariusz Dzialkowski

Satellite television has a long-term future in the Polish market but operators also have to adjust to cater to viewing on mobile devices among younger… Read more

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Netflix is looking to raise US$1 billion in order to fund further content acquisitions, investments and strategic transactions. Intriguingly, the announcement of a US$1 billion… Read more

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Bruce Tuchman

On-demand services that cater to particular interest groups have strong prospects, argues Bruce Tuchman.  What do such disparate brands as CBS All Access, CrunchyRoll, WWE… Read more

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Charles Dawes, senior director, international marketing at TiVo looks at whether virtual reality and augmented reality are changing the way we view entertainment.  There has… Read more

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Hybrid TV solutions are the only models that offer choice for consumers and operators, argues Sylvain Thevenot, managing director, Netgem Europe The ongoing debate continues… Read more

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Adam Crozier

ITV is cutting about 120 staff in a cost-cutting drive, amid Brexit-driven uncertainty, with the job losses coming from all areas of the UK broadcaster’s… Read more

CME co-CEO Michael Del Nin

CME’s underlying profits more than doubled year-on-year in Q3, with the broadcast group reporting a rise this year in ad revenues, subscriptions and carriage fees.… Read more

INsight TV

TERN is expanding its reach of INsight TV with the North American launch of the ultra high-definition channel on the SES-1 satellite. TERN launched its… Read more


RTL Group’s international pay TV channel launches today on Orange France, marking the first IP platform deal for the network. RTL International will be available… Read more