Dr Holger Enßlin, Chief Officer Legal, Regulatory & Distribution at Sky Deutschland, has decided to leave the company.
In a statement Vivendi has said that it “welcomes with great satisfaction the judgment pronounced today by the Court of Justice of the European Union and is delighted that the highest European legal authority today has ruled fully in its favour.”
The French satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaîné revealed on Wednesday that the Canal+ Group “refuses to pay its dues” to French cinema.
The Spanish regulator CNMC has extended for a further three years all but one of the commitments related to take-over over TDS by Telefónica in 2015.
Ofcom has set out on the road that is likely to lead to the regulator being given responsibility for video sharing platforms (VSPs).
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.