German internet via satellite provider Eusanet has installed satellite-based backup systems for radio broadcasters on 15 key transmission towers in Germany on behalf of a large German transmission network operator.
Austrian public broadcaster ORF will not be able to add video content to its radio station Ö3 and distribute it as a visual radio service on the channel’s website.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast has commenced offering radio stations on its HbbTV-based hybrid DTT service multithek.
German radio broadcasters want to establish a joint, central platform on the internet on which listeners can access the live-streams of their channels.
Tiscali TV has introduced a new search tool to its EPG that is designed to help viewers navigate their way through the IPTV operator’s mix of on demand, catch up and broadcast content.
Spanish stock market regulator CNMV has approved the takeover of Sogecable by media house Prisa.
It’s not often that Dame Judi Dench gets nominated alongside a convicted forger, but the shortlist for the 34th annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards places the Cranford actress alongside John Myatt, the presenter of Sky Arts’ Mastering the Art.
Dutch public broadcasters NPS, NOS, KRO and VPRO have received large copyright bills for podcasts that may contain music from the Dutch Association of Record Companies (NVPI) through the rights agency SENA. A number of podcasts have been or are now being taken off-line. Broadcaster KRO said it has received a bill of over €10,000, while […]
ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG has acquired SBS Broadcasting for €3.3 billion. The deal, which is not subject to any regulatory approval, will be finalized by the end of the month following the signing of a purchase agreement earlier today. Both SBS and ProSiebenSat.1 are controlled by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and Permira, and the integration […]
Polsat is preparing to move into the radio business. Local press reports indicate that the Polish national commercial broadcaster is about to buy a 51% stake in the Warsaw radio station Radio PiN for between PLN10-13 million (€2.6-3.4 million). Radio PiN was launched in 2002 and is currently owned by Prokom Investments. It recently had […]