“Never ever stand in the way of what the customer wants,” said Vodafone CEO Philipp Humm, warning content owners to change their business models.
Liberty Global aims to repeat the expansion plans recently announced by Virgin Media in other parts of Europe.
Australia’s NBN Co is set to become one of the first telcos in the world to introduce DOCSIS 3.1.
RTL Group’s CEO Guillaume de Poche is reaching out to cable operators to cooperate creating opportunities in the changing world of television.
OTT services meet a need for customers and from the standpoint of the cable industry it is “working to get it all in one place”, according to Phil McKinney, president and CEO, CableLabs.
Cable Europe favours the principles of an open internet, but only in a way that still makes innovation possible, according to Matthias Kurth, its executive chairman.
HBO Europe and Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe have become the first companies to sign up to what is described as a new type of associate membership with Cable Europe and CTAM Europe.
Is the rise of OTT services as well as new content providers a threat to existing platforms – or are there opportunities to be explored?
Despite increased competition by traditional satellite providers and newcomers such as IPTV platforms, the cable industry continues to show growth.
WATCH VIDEOS. Cable Europe has announced that this year’s three nominations are R, Celeno and UPC Hungary.