French incumbent France Telecom will become Orange on July 1, 2013.
French minister blocks Yahoo!-Dailymotion deal
Yahoo! has had to give up its attempt to acquire a controlling stake in France Telecom’s video portal Dailymotion after the government intervened, according to local media reports.
Orange to sell its stake in Sonaecom
France Telecom-Orange is disposing its shareholding in Sonaecom, the Portuguese telecommunications operator, to Sonae.
Mobistar sees slow TV growth
The Belgian mobile operator Mobistar is seeing slow growth for its hybrid TV product and is eagerly awaiting the opening up of cable.
Poland approves Franco-German telco deal
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has approved the formation of a joint venture between France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom.
TVN sale options emerge
France Telecom has ruled out buying the Polish national commercial broadcaster TVN.
Orange Sport faces the axe in 2012
If France Telecom, the owner of the premium Orange Sport channel, is not able to find a buyer for the channel, then it will cease operations in 2012, according to […]
France Telecom: back to core business
France Telecom’s new CEO Stephane Richard has unveiled a new five-year action plan, called Conquêtes 2015 (conquests 2015), in which the Group will turn to its core business, networks, and […]
France Telecom plans Belgian TV platform
France Telecom is set to launch a ‘multiscreen, innovative TV service’ in Belgium via its subsidiary Mobistar. Using TV, PC and mobile, the operator claims it will be a ‘European […]
Viaccess inks Macedonian DTT deal
France Telecom’s Viaccess is to secure the programming broadcast by BoomTV, a pay DTT service operated by the telco On.net in Macedonia.