The European Commission has given its unconditional approval to Comcast’s proposed acquisition of Sky.
German Federal Network Agency BNetzA has prohibited certain conditions of Vodafone Deutschland’s zero-rating mobile tariff option Vodafone Pass.
A US federal judge has approved the acquisition of Time Warner by AT&T, rebuffing the government’s effort to stop the $85.4 billion deal.
Egypt seems to have decided to broadcast 22 World Cup 2018 games, including those of the national team, on Egyptian television, even without a proper rights contract.
The BBC and Channel 4 have made a joint speech to British parliamentarians calling for an update to the rules surrounding the prominence of public service broadcasters in the digital age.
Two industry bodies have offered contrasting views on the new Audio Visual Media Services Directive, following political agreement on the document in Brussels.
Austrian commercial TV broadcaster Puls 4 has achieved a stage victory in its legal dispute against YouTube.
The culture secretary has accepted proposals from the Competition and Markets Authority that Sky News be sold to Disney before Sky’s £11.7bn merger with Fox be allowed to go ahead.
Oman has banned the import of beoutQ decoders that would allow viewers to watch pirated versions of World Cup matches, report local media.
The European Commission has cleared the acquisition of Dutch cable operator Ziggo by Liberty Global subject to conditions, after Liberty Global offered concessions.