WATCH VIDEOS. Cable Europe has announced that this year’s three nominations are R, Celeno and UPC Hungary.
Cable Europe is not asking for more regulation but a level playing field. There cannot be different rules for OTT and linear services, according to Matthias Kurth, executive president of Cable Europe.
A study into future trends in internet usage has shown consumer demand for download speeds far outstripping upload requirements by 2020.
Cable Europe’s executive chairman Matthias Kurth has called on participants from all sides of the spectrum debate to work towards a European wide spectrum strategy.
Cable Europe has appointed Virginia Lee as its director of communications.
The value of the European cable industry grew more than 5% in 2012 and future growth potential remains robust, according to a new report from IHS, produced in collaboration with Cable Europe.
Cable Europe has issued a statement that it describes as “an alternative view” to other reactions to Neelie Kroes and EC proposals for the new “Connected Continent” telecom package.
Cable Europe says the concept of infrastructure competition in next generation cable access has ensured greater choice, diversity and competition in pricing.
Europe’s cable association Cable Europe has issued a statement on European state aid guidelines.
With under two weeks to go before Cable Congress 2012, Caroline van Weede, managing director, Cable Europe, talks to Broadband TV News about some of the items that will be covered during this year’s principal gathering of the cable industry.