Sky has overtaken Procter & Gamble to become the biggest spender on traditional advertising in the UK in 2017.
Cambridge-based Amino has appointed Jamie Mackinlay as its new Global VP Marketing.
Ahead of the spin-off of its Nordic Entertainment Group, MTG has reported record sales of SEK 4,674 million, the seventh consecutive Q1 where there has been organic growth of 5%.
Despite adding 84 million subscribers between 2017 and 2023, subscription and PPV revenues for the world’s top 517 pay TV operators will fall by $18 billion to $183 billion.
The regulator NMHH has fined UPC Hungary HUF48 million (€135,200) for what it terms “serious and conscientious violations of basic EU and domestic legislation”.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has broadcast the country’s top football derby Hadjuk Split v Dinamo Zagreb in 4K.
The long-expected plan by Vodafone to buy Liberty Global’s cable assets in Germany and parts of Eastern Europe is said to be in the final stages.
Ofcom says its unlikely to advertise further local TV licences, potentially spelling an end to the UK’s latest experiment in local broadcasting.
Sky Bet has been sold to Canadian The Stars Group creating the world’s largest publicly listed online gaming company.
Lagardère Interactive is looking for a buyer for its kids channel Gulli, a free-to-air channel in France.