Germany’s second largest cable operator Tele Columbus and ARTE have settled their legal dispute over the conditions of the cable carriage of the European cultural channel and agreed on a comprehensive cooperation.
The deputy chair of Ofcom has been named as the UK media regulator’s interim chair, the DCMS has announced.
The BBC has secured continued European distribution for its domestic and international channels thanks to commercial licences in The Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The UK government has made changes to the law that applies to broadcasting after Brexit through the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
Following Brexit, broadcasting and video on-demand services with a UK license are affected from January 1, 2021, when they are also offering their services outside the UK.
Sky Ireland customers are losing access to a number of TV channels and radio stations due to Brexit.
Bavarian media authority BLM is to take on the regulation of Amazon’s Prime Video service in Europe after the UK completes its withdrawal from the European Union.
The Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission (LRTK) has adopted its 100th decision to block pirated websites.
Canal+ has declared victory in its court action against a deal struck between European competition regulators and Paramount Pictures.
New regulation is needed for public service broadcasting to be able to compete in the online world, according to Ofcom.