Mike Fries, president and CEO,Liberty Global, will join the TV Summit of the international exhibition and congress ANGA COM.
Liberty Global plans to launch 500 Mbps products in both the Netherlands and Switzerland by the end of the year, according to Mike Fries, the company’s president and CEO.
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries says there are lessons to be learnt from over-the-top steamer Netflix, but made it clear cable would have the final say.
Liberty Global has sold over 50,000 Horizon TV subscriptions and had over 125,000 unique online users in the Netherlands since its launch in September.
IBC 2011 – AMSTERDAM. During the closing keynote on Thursday, September 8, Mike Fries, president and CEO of Liberty Global, is expected to give details on the Horizon gateway that is due to roll out to UPC customers in The Netherlands and later across the operator’s European footprint. Ever since the original announcement about the […]
CABLE CONGRESS 2011 – LUCERNE. Europe’s cable networks see no need for major investment in mobile networks. Speaking at the opening View from the Top session Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries said it was a difficult time to be a mobile operator, particularly when you studied the margins and the capital requirements needed to stay […]
CABLE CONGRESS 2011 – LUCERNE. Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries says there is no need for Chellomedia to emulate the kind of deal struck by Comcast in the United States.
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries has told how the operator evaluated the TiVo content discovery system before opting for the multimedia home gateway that will run on technology designed to distribute voice, video and data around the home.