The Electronic Communications Code: Liberty Global’s view

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

DTG R-book tackles Radio Equipment Directive challenge

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The UK’s Digital Television Group has released a new version of the R-Book, the guide for installing digital-terrestrial and satellite systems, with a section devoted… Read more

Altice rejects EC ‘gun-jumping’ notice on PT Portugal


Altice has said it “does not agree” with a European Commission notice that the media and telecoms group may have ‘jumped the gun’ on approval… Read more

EC calls for finalisation of Digital Single Market strategy

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The European Commission has urged the European Parliament and member states to finalise key legislation and complete its Digital Single Market strategy by 2018. In… Read more

EBU calls for cross-border access to content

Copyright breakfast

EU decision makers should give citizens “the keys to enjoy more TV and radio programmes” from across Europe, according to the EBU and BEUC. At… Read more

Commercial broadcasters call for more flexible ad rules

Grégoire Polad

European commercial broadcasters have called for greater flexibility on advertising rules to be part of the changes being made to the EU’s Audiovisual Media Services… Read more

EBU gives thumbs-up to EC plan to enable content portability

Nicola Frank

European public broadcaster organisation the EBU has expressed approval of the EC’s proposed changes to allow audiovisual services to be made available across borders within… Read more

Ofcom to force BT to legally separate Openreach

BT Openreach

Ofcom is to formally notify BT to legally separate Openreach, the infrastructure arm that supplies the network used by rival service providers including Sky, TalkTalk… Read more

Broadcasters slam new EC copyright plan to increase mobility

European Commission vice-president, Andrus Ansip

A body  that represents European commercial broadcasters and international media groups has reacted unfavourably to new rules on copyright unveiled by the European Commission that could… Read more

EC sets out 100Mbps target for all European homes

Gunther Oettinger

The European Commission has set a target of providing connectivity offering a download speed of at least 100 Mbps, which can be upgraded to Gbps. To… Read more