The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to handle two appeals made over the charges BT is permitted to impose for the use of its superfast broadband network.
The Polish parliament (Sejm) has passed a controversial amendment to the country’s Law on Broadcasting that the EBU and other media organisations have called outrageous.
Dutch content pirates were sentenced to 100 hours of community service, conditional imprisonment and probation.
Austria wants to commence transition of the digital terrestrial transmission of the TV channels of public broadcaster ORF from DVB-T to successor standard DVB-T2 in autumn 2016 and complete the move in February 2019 at the latest, but current plans target a completion already in Q3 2017.
The winners from pan-Euro rights would be the pan-European pay-TV distributors with largest subscriber bases, writes the Deutsche Bank in its latest report EC portability proposals: A further step towards pan-Euro rights.
In a landmark decision the French media authority CSA has ruled news channel LCI can broadcast free-to-air on the nation’s DTT network, known locally as TNT.
Ofcom has given details on how it intends to regulate on demand services next year.
The number of complaints made about pay-TV operators increased in the third quarter, according to new Ofcom data.
Henk Kamp, the Dutch minister of Economic Affairs, is looking to open up the Ziggo cable network to third parties.
The BBC has confirmed its interest in offering the iPlayer to other European countries, but has linked the issue to reform of the Licence Fee.