Netflix and Amazon Prime could be subject to a quota of 20% of European content.
TV broadcasters, platform operator and other providers of audiovisual content can continue to block access to their content for internet users from other EU countries.
The insolvency administrator of NRW.TV, solicitor Dirk Andres, has closed the business of the German regional broadcaster.
The Greek telco market has been dealt a major blow by an agreement between the government and country’s creditors to impose a new tax.
RTL and Dirk Gerkens, the former head of its Hungarian operation RTL Klub, could sue each other for up to €1 million.
German cable operator association FRK has submitted a formal complaint against Unitymedia, Kabel BW, Deutsche Telekom und NetCologne at federal antitrust authority Bundeskartellamt.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 considers lodging a complaint at federal anti-trust authority Bundeskartellamt against the business practise of Amazon to offer its video-on-demand (VOD) service through Amazon Prime bundled with other services as this would constitute an illicit package deal.
Dish and Chinese-language programmers TVB and CCTV announced a lawsuit to halt illegal streaming of content via the “h.TV” device.
Kudelski Group has answered back against claims its OpenTV had infringed patents held by web giant Yahoo.
A man has been arrested in East London as part of an ongoing operation by the City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU).