Hulu is reported to be moving from its current free model to one that binds in viewers to a pay-TV subscription.
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French public broadcaster France Televisions is to expand its catch-up service Pluzz with the introduction of a VOD service.
SeaChange CEO Raghu Rau is to continue with the company’s aggressive strategy to focus the Company on its core software business.
ESPN is launching ESPNFC as a new multi-language brand for football fans across TV, radio, print and online.
The Lithuanian incumbent telco TEO LT will soon put forward proposals that will allow its pay-TV subscribers to benefit from state subsidies for reception equipment.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) had a difficult first quarter, its net revenues of $167,433,000 (€126,493,000) being 3.1% lower than in the same period last year.
Stuart Murphy, the current director of Sky 1 HD and director of commissioning, has been promoted to director, Sky Entertainment Channels.
UK ISPs have been ordered to block file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, the High Court has ruled. Sky Broadband, Virgin Media, Everything Everywhere, TalkTalk and O2 are now required to prevent their subscribers from gaining access to the site.
The Croatian alternative telco Optima Telekom ended the first quarter with 17,500 subscribers to its OptiTV television service, distributed through the company’s own LLU network.