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.
Philippine broadcaster ABS-CBN has filed a $4m lawsuit against a Texas resident and a streaming service for allegedly pirating its content through illegal set-top boxes.
The police arrested a suspect in Cape Town for illegally selling pirate internet streaming devices and online content subscriptions.
SES and the Luxembourg Government have reached an agreement to renew SES’s concession to operate satellites flying under Luxembourg jurisdiction for 20 years.
A judge has granted a new hearing in Vivendi’s request to block the pan-European television project led by Mediaset.
Ofcom has issued a draft notice to suspend the broadcasting licence of Club TV limited after its channel repeatedly rebroadcast material the regulator had previously found incited murder.
Dutch cabler and ISP Ziggo does not have share information about people who have illegally downloaded film The Hitman’s Bodyguard to distributor Dutch Filmworks, appeal court judges in Arnhem said recently.