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piracy report

More than one million illegal set-top boxes that allow users to stream content illegally have been sold in the UK over the past two years,… Read more

Richard Lindsay-Davies

Linear TV is not dead but we are “definitely moving to an all-IP world”, according to Richard Lindsay-Davies, the CEO of UK industry body the… Read more

John Chambers

Cisco executive chairman and former CEO John Chambers has told the company’s board that he will not stand for re-election to the company’s board when… Read more

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Steve Plunkett

Ericsson’s CTO, broadcast and media services, Steve Plunkett, discusses 4K, High Dynamic Range and the future of Ultra High Definition TV. This is an exciting… Read more

Rob Hodgkinson

Rob Hodgkinson, COO of TVPlayer, outlines six factors that are changing the nature of TV services. Content begets advertising. It has always been this way.… Read more

Manuel Kohnstamm

Initiatives to introduce new market definitions in the EC’s Electronics Communications Code would be a step backwards, says Manuel Kohnstamm, chief corporate affairs officer, Liberty… Read more

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HBO's Gösta

Swedish filmmaker Lukas Moodysson will create HBO Europe’s first original series out of Scandinavia. Scripted show Gösta (its working title) will be a “mix of comedy… Read more

Stanislav Georgiev

Telekom Austria has completed the upgrade of its white-label DTH satellite platform to the HEVC/H.265 compression format for the Czech and Slovak markets. All video… Read more

The Vivendi office is seen in Paris on Wednesday, May 17, 2006.

The Italian government is edging closer towards activating its ‘golden power’ to intervene in industries judged to be of strategic importance after Italian markets regulator… Read more

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Latvian cable operator Baltcom has launched an new advanced TV service, which it has dubbed Interactive TV 3.0, using technology from SmartLabs. According to the… Read more