The BBC has secured continued European distribution for its domestic and international channels thanks to commercial licences in The Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The UK government has made changes to the law that applies to broadcasting after Brexit through the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
Following Brexit, broadcasting and video on-demand services with a UK license are affected from January 1, 2021, when they are also offering their services outside the UK.
Sky Ireland customers are losing access to a number of TV channels and radio stations due to Brexit.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has published details on how rules for broadcasters and providers of video on-demand services will change after the Brexit transition period.
UK viewers that are currently using pay-TV subscriptions purchased in another European country will no longer be able to use them once the UK leaves the European Union.
UK digital minister Margot James has resigned after refusing to back the government in a vote designed to prevent the next prime minister from suspending Parliament in order to push through a no-deal Brexit.
Levira continues to present Estonia’s opportunities to international broadcasters in the post-Brexit media landscape.
Bavarian media authority BLM has granted AETN UK Germany the permission to operate 14 international thematic TV channels.
AETN has applied for broadcast licences for 14 international thematic TV channels at Bavarian media authority BLM.