Disney is set to reduce the stake it holds in its Russian channel in order to comply with upcoming legislation.
The European Commission is looking to extend copyright rules covering satellite broadcasters and cable companies to services carried over the internet.
The WBU says it will not support any change to the current UHF frequencies (470 – 694/698 MHz) when WRC-15 takes place later this year.
The Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International (LBCI) won a lawsuit it filed before the French judiciary whereby it was able to recover channels “hacked” by Saudi Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal.
A growing reliance on smartphones and tablets is affecting TV viewing, particularly among the young.
ITV is threatening legal action over plans to include catch-up viewing under the TV Licence fee.
French broadcast regulator Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) has launched a new call for applications for nationwide terrestrial HD channels.
A competition for a place on Russia’s second DTT multiplex will be held on September 30.
The Canal+ group has asked the French media regulator CSA to reconsider its decision on the broadcaster’s request to move Planete+ to free-to-air on DTT.
The Court of Appeal delivered its judgment in an appeal of one of the patent cases brought by Rovi against Virgin Media, and have comprehensively dismissed Rovi’s claims.