In a landmark agreement Virgin Media is to add content from Sky Anytime to its on demand service. The package includes several thousand hours of films, series, sport and news.
Global online TV and video revenues will reach $21.52 billion in 2016, a massive increase from the $3.48 billion recorded in 2010, according to the Online TV and Video Forecasts report from Digital TV Research.
Connected TVs are definitely taken over the market of connected devices according to IMS Research.
After more than a decade of trying to enter the TV space, Microsoft has announced a slew of deals that will put content from more than 20 countries onto its Xbox console. The BBC, Channel 4, Lovefilm (UK), Telefónica (Spain), Mediaset (Italy) and ZDF (Germany) join North American partners that include Bravo, Comcast, HBO Go, […]
The European Court of Justice has ruled that national laws that prohibit the import, sale of use of overseas smart cards are contrary to the freedom to provide services.
Russia has decided to opt for the DVB-T2 standard for its digital terrestrial services and will now set up pilots in eight cities.
Neelie Kroes, Commissioner for Europe’s Digital Agenda, has said cable has an important role to play in reaching the European Commission’s target of 100 Mbps broadband connections for half of Europe’s citizens.
Public service broadcasters will be given prominence on the YouView EPG for both channels and search, under proposals from the hybrid TV venture.
VIDEO. US satellite DTH operator Dish Network has announced that it will start to offer streaming movies and TV series under the Blockbuster brand. The new service aims to compete with Netflix.
EuroSummit ’11. The possible verdict of the forthcoming European Court of Justice ruling, due on October 4, which could see the breakdown of rights sales by territory, brought rare disagreement to the CEO panel at CTAM Europe’s EuroSummit event.