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 will reduce its involvement in the television content business.
Mobile operators O2, Orange and Vodafone are banding together for a trial of a new mobile broadcast system designed to bring greater efficiency to the delivery of data intensive services such as mobile TV. Integrated Mobile Broadcast (IMB) is a standardised 3GPP technology that recently received the endorsement of the GSMA. The multi-operator pilot will […]
French IPTV provider Orange is expected to add the on-demand service MyTF1 to its Livebox service within the next few weeks, according to local press reports.
MIPTV 2010 – CANNES. “3D is emotion, it is about immersion,” according to Ghislaine Le Rhun Gautier, 3D project Manager at Orange, who is now looking for 3D content to fill the planned fulltime 3D channel.
MIPTV 2010 – CANNES. Orange France will launch a regular 3D channel this May starting with the Roland Garros grand slam tournament.
Orange and Vodafone are seeking a reduction in the access fees charged by the Romanian incumbent telco Romtelecom to its infrastructure. This, reports ZF, would allow them to offer a wider portfolio of services including IPTV.
France Telecom’s Orange has confirmed press reports that it wants to start re-selling premium channels on the country’s digital terrestrial network.
France Telecom-owned Orange is interested in obtaining at least one terrestrial pay-TV channel when the media authority CSA opens up a tender.
The exclusive carriage of the Orange TV channels on the platforms owned by the French telecoms operator is not in the interest of the business and should be abolished, according to a commission headed by Marie-Dominique Hagelsteen.
Watch video. Orange and LG Electronics have signed an exclusive agreement to bring the Orange video portal to LG televisions sets in France, the two companies announced at the CES in Las Vegas. The three-year partnership will start in March 2010.