Belgian cable operator Telenet has announced it is launching Yelo, a new multimedia platform enabling digital TV customers to watch their programmes and videos wherever they are, on a computer, […]
Third party platforms including Top Up TV will be able to distribute the Sky Sports channels without the use of a set-top box following an Ofcom decision.
The Austrian facilities company ORS, part of public broadcaster ORF, is planning the introduction of its own pay-TV platform to be called TV Direkt.
The German broadcasting group ProSiebenSat.1 Media is considering the sale of a number of its international channels in order to concentrate on the German language market, according to CEO Thomas […]
Sky is to launch a separate EPG numbering system for channels broadcasting both SD and HD versions. From February 1, 2011 the satcaster will run both its “Standard Bouquet” and […]
BSkyB is to close its Sky Songs music streaming service a little over a year after its launch. Existing customers, who paid £4.99 (€5.89) per month, will be able to […]
Liberty Global has reached an agreement to buy 100% of Aster, the Polish cable operator currently owned by Mid Europa Partners (MEP), for a fee of PLN870 million, equivalent to […]
Google is to purchase DRM provider Widevine in a move that gives the internet company access to Widevine’s multiplatform DRM and video optimisation technologies. No financial terms have been disclosed.
DIGITAL TV SUMMIT 2010, LONDON. The international version of BBC’s iPlayer will use a single subscription pay model at launch and also be initially available only on the iPad, according […]
TiVo will cost Virgin Media subscribers £199, the cableco has announced, but purchasers will have to wait if they want a three-tuner version of the next generation device.