SES had total video revenues of €526 million in the first half, down 3.9% on the same period last year.
German home shopping network HSE24 Group and the Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC) have signed a joint venture agreement to establish a home shopping company in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
The German media authorities have granted Discovery Communications Deutschland a licence for the operation and nationwide distribution of a teleshopping service under the working title D-Shop for eight years.
While the recession continues to weaken opportunities for economic growth, the creative and digital industries are increasingly emerging as key sectors in shaping the world economy. Many sectors, such as new and interactive media, broadband TV, electronic games and content services, have shown double-digit growth in recent years.
With profiles of 20 markets this Broadband TV News Briefing outlines the strategies and market positions of Western Europe’s satellite platforms. The delivery of linear channels by satellite remains an economic way of delivering content to mass audiences, but the popularity of on-demand, offering ‘what you want when you want it’, means that the DTH […]
Available now – the latest edition of the AIB Global Broadcasting Sourcebook, with the most comprehensive listing of the world’s TV and radio broadcasters including key personnel, as well as selected IPTV operators, cable companies and DTH platforms. The Sourcebook also has extensive analysis and context to make this an indispensible business reference tool. Order […]
Discover how British producers are pioneering new online TV formats and business models. The UK is already a key territory for the creation of highly innovative Web television and transmedia formats and the commercial models for their production. UK Web Shows Now is the only business report to cover the market’s original Web TV series, […]
Digital cable is finally starting to take off in Central and East Europe (CEE), with UPC alone likely to have up to one million subscribers in the region by the end of the year.
Germany’s competitive television market is the largest in Europe, with some 37 million TV households. Around 90% of German households have cable or satellite TV, and viewers enjoy a comprehensive mix of more than 30 free-to-air (FTA) public and commercial channels. This has acted as a brake on the development of pay-TV services. In a […]
The dynamism of the UK market gives the perception that it is a template for the development of digital television. Neighbouring Ireland is only just launching its DTT service, but will be able to use the latest technologies, making the proposed pay-TV platform one of the most advanced in the world. This new report, part […]