Rules surrounding the right of the consumer to view pay-TV content in any European territory have been officially approved.
German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have received a setback in the legal dispute regarding cable carriage fees that has been running since 2013.
Discovery Communications is in talks to buy Scripps Networks Interactive, according to a report by Reuters.
Liberty Global and TPG Growth, the middle market and growth equity platform of alternative asset firm TPG, will launch a global television production and distribution studio to be called Platform One Media.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will launch an OTT service for sports fans in Switzerland.
Despite now having 2 billion users a month, it has been a year of angst for Facebook as it has realised that connecting people is not enough.
Media services company TVT has acquired 100% of the shares of DMC (Digital Media Centre), an Amsterdam headquartered company and part of AMC Networks International.
Orange has announced the launch of a new division that will combine content production and distribution.
Belgium’s telecom regulator BIPT and the regional media regulators have called for more regulation of dominant market players such as Telenet and Proximus.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has agreed to sell its broadcast interests in Croatia (Nova TV) and Slovenia (Pop TV) to Slovenia Broadband, a subsidiary of United Group, for €230 million in cash.