German commercial broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 has joined the Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT), increasing the total membership to 28 of Europe’s largest media enterprises present across the EU.
On demand services are to be given clear obligations towards the promotion of European Content.
A Spanish judge has rejected an appeal by Mediaset over the temporary suspension of its merger into MediaForEurope.
Vodafone does not expect the lawsuits filed by Deutsche Telekom, Tele Columbus and NetCologne against the approval of the takeover of Unitymedia by the European Commission to succeed.
German network operators Deutsche Telekom, Tele Columbus and NetCologne are taking legal action against the European Commission’s decision to approve the controversial takeover of Liberty Global’s German cable company Unitymedia by Vodafone.
The culture secretary has announced a widening of the powers of media regulator Ofcom.
Portugal’s communications regulator Anacom is to prohibit commercials practices that are designed to that induce consumers into believing that DTT will end and that they will have to subscribe to paid television services in order to continue receiving free-to-air channels.
The National Audit Office report into launch of BBC Studios has said there was a clear rationale behind its creation.
Ofcom has proposed new and flexible regulation that will help build a full-fibre future for the whole of the UK.
Two Las Vegas men plead guilty to running illegal streaming services with more content than legal sites such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu.