European commercial broadcasters are warning proposed changes to the AVMS Directive risk damaging growth, audience choice and investment in European content.
German cable operator NetCologne must not distribute some commercial channels for a fee while it still carries other commercial channels without a fee.
The body representing the rights management companies for Europe’s authors and producers says the European Portability Regulation agreement represents a mixed result.
EU negotiators have agreed new rules that will allow European viewers to use online subscriptions to movies, sports and music when travelling around the European Union.
US smart TV producer Vizio has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General for spying on 11 million consumer TVs.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says its prepared to authorise the ATSC 3.0 next generation transmission standard alongside current ATSC 1.0 transmissions.
US District Judge Katherine Forrest blocked TiVo from seeking up to $196m in damages for Kantar allegedly devaluing its business in the long-running patent infringement row.
The Kudelski Group has announced that its OpenTV subsidiary has filed a patent infringement suit against NFL Enterprises, LLC in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
In a court case, Munich-based media services company MX1 alleges its former managers stole its customers, reports Globes.
Trade body Broadcast Networks Europe (BNE) has welcomed the key commitments in favour of terrestrial broadcasting from the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission.