Horse & Country televsion is launching a TV Everywhere service for smart phones and tablets.
History, part of A+E Networks UK, is launching The Great Martian War 1913-17, a mobile game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that pits soldiers against an alien invasion, inspired by the premiere of the channel’s programme of the same name.
Studiocanal has taken a majority stake in one of the UK’s most successful independent producers, Red Production Company.
All the BBC’s regional output should be available on the iPlayer in the next few weeks, according to Marina Kalkanis, head of core services, BBC.
BT’s huge outlay on TV sports rights is disruptive but highly rational, according to Henrik Karlberg, director of pay-TV, TalkTalk TV.
Comux UK has switched on the local TV Network Operations Centre (NOC) ahead of the launch of Estuary TV in Grimsby.
ITV has agreed a new deal with UEFA that will allow it to show highlights of Champions League and Europa League matches for three years, starting from the 2015/2016 season.
A UK ICT consultant – Hull-based Jason Huntley – found by accident that his LG Smart TV was spying on him and sending extensive information about his TV viewing back to the Korean manufacturer.
With a plethora of devices being used to consume audiovisual content policymakers should recognise that fragmentation represents competition and consumer choice, not a lack of interoperability, and adopt a new starting point for policy analysis. … [Read More...]