The High Court in London has ordered Piksel has been ordered to hand over source code to VOD delivery provider FilmFlex.
FilmFlex, the movie service traditionally associated with UK cable, has signed a multiyear deal with TalkTalk.
FilmFlex is turning its attentions overseas following the launch of a new white label service for EE and the rebranding of its established cable VOD service as Virgin Movies.
EE is to launch a combined cinema ticketing, listings, trailers and film download platform as part of its new 4G service.
FilmFlex movies, the Sony-Disney owned on demand service, has appointed Jonathan Steel as its new chief technical officer.
Movies are to be made available on the same date as their DVD release as part of a new HMV-branded movies-on-demand service, launched by the high street retailer and FilmFlex Movies.
Channel 4’s online movie service Film4oD is launching a new ‘download to rent’ option. It will be run by FilmFlex Movies, the Sony-Disney-backed movies-on-demand service provider, and is the first time users have been able to watch films offline.
FilmFlex is to launch a new online movies on demand portal on behalf of Channel 4’s Film 4. The new Film4oD has more than 500 titles at launch and is already claiming to have more movies available than either iTunes, LOVEFiLM or Blinkbox.
Virgin Media is to launch its first online movies service, allowing subscribers to access several hundred titles, including recent hits Fantastic Mr Fox, District 9 and Twilight: New Moon.