Nearly 70% of total TV shipments in 2016 will be for connected TVs, resulting in revenues of more than $117 billion (€88.3 billion), according to a new report by IMS Research.
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The number of global IPTV subscriptions at the end of 2011 stood at 60 million, with the last quarter witnessing the biggest ever increase in customer numbers.
Sweden’s TV4 is replacing its science fiction channel with an extension of the factual genre.
Shares in Technicolor have been suspended from the French stock exchange ahead of a meeting of the company’s board of directors on Wednesday afternoon.
Latvia’s second largest cable operator Izzi has announced that its focus for this year is on improving customer service.
Canal+ is bracing itself for conditions to the TPS merger that will dramatically impact on its position in the French TV market.
Mobistar and the leading Belgian cable operator Telenet have extended their full MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement by a further five years.
BSkyB has said it remains “fit and proper” to hold a broadcasting licence in the light of the Commons Media Committee report into the phonehacking scandal that had engulfed News Corp’s UK newspaper business.
Sky has pulled ahead of Virgin Media in terms of the number of customers taking TV, broadband and home phone products.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) plans to start offering broadband internet services from this summer, employing leased capacity on Eutelsat Ka-Sat 9A, operated by the Eutelsat daughter company Skylogic.