Europeans have been able to travel across the EU with their online subscription to films, sports events, e-books, video games or music services for one year now.
AETN has applied for broadcast licences for 14 international thematic TV channels at Bavarian media authority BLM.
Dutch cable operator VodafoneZiggo has published its reference wholesale offer for third party access to its network, just in time for the deadline set by the regulator ACM.
Delphine Ernotte, president of France Télévisions, reaffirmed her determination to launch the common SVOD platform with M6 and TF1, Salto.
The European Parliament has given its approval to new rules that will allow the online reception of TV and radio content across borders.
Amid howls of protests from the likes of Google, Github and Wikipedia, the European Parliament has backed controversial new copyright laws.
German industry associations BREKO, BUGLAS, VAUNET and DNMG are concerned about the consequences of Vodafone’s proposed acquisition of Liberty Global’s German cable subsidiary Unitymedia.
Global piracy numbers reached almost 190 billion pirate site visits in 2018, according to figures released by MUSO.
The Premier League, and national police in Spain, Denmark and Europol worked together in an international anti-piracy operation resulting in five arrests and uncovering a complex, international illegal IPTV business.
The European Commission is said to have strong concerns against the €18.4 billion cable deal between Liberty Global and Vodafone.