The German appeal court of Celle has confirmed the legal assessment of the district court of Verden in the trial against a Sky Deutschland card sharing pirate.
Luxembourg based satellite operator SES has started legal proceedings against Canal+ in order to receive back payments to the tune of €7.5 million.
Independent shareholders have protested at the continued appointment of James Murdoch as chairman of the pay-TV giant.
Dutch anti-piracy group Brein continues to put pressure on pirates all over the internet, including those on YouTube.
Virgin Media Ireland has been fined €255,000 after the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) found it had failed to provide 26,046 of its customers with a “contract in a durable form”.
A study by Ofcom into the UK transmission market has found Arqiva does not have significant market power.
The new copyright package from the European Commission includes two regulations and two directives with the aim to modernise current EU copyright rules.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has given details of the BBC’s charter renewal, which is being flagged as delivering transparency for licence fee payers.
Greece’s controversial national TV licence tender has concluded with the award of four licences.
Greece has launched a controversial tender for four 10-year national TV licences.