The Competition and Markets Authority is to ask the European Commission to take full control of the review into the merger of Liberty Global’s Virgin Media and Telefonica’s O2.
Swiss telecommunications provider Sunrise accuses its rival Swisscom of having abused its dominant market position from 2001 to 2007, unlawfully hindering competition with its pricing policy for ADSL services.
Vodafone Deutschland and ARTE have settled their legal dispute about carriage fees on the German cable network and agreed on a long-term partnership.
The Federal German Cartel Office has terminated its antitrust investigation in the UEFA Champions League rights deal between Sky Deutschland and DAZN.
Orange Belgium has expressed regret over proposals by the Conference of Belgian telecom regulators (CRC) for new wholesale cable tariffs.
Italian media company Mediaset is seeking approval from Germany’s Federal Cartel Office for gaining “significant competitive influence” over German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1.
A study by the regulator Ofcom into viewer expectations in the digital world has found confusion over the rules that apply to online catch-up and subscription services where the platforms have access to programmes previously shown on broadcast TV.
The UK parliament’s Digital, Culture Media and Sport Committee is launch an enquiry into the future of public service broadcasting.
The Body of the European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the European Commission have issued a joint statement on how they intend to cope with the increased load on the telecom network during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s a brave MP who launches an attack on an organisation in his own constituency, but the “MP for Albert Square” has done just that.