Catch-up TV and the streaming of programmes and movies are the most-widely undertaken activities on smart TVs, according to new research from Ofcom.
BSkyB has directly entered the internet TV market with a standalone service that will be available on a cross platform basis.
BoxNation, the pay-TV sports channel backed by boxing promoter Frank Warren, has signed up 1,300 pubs and clubs.
Communications minister Ed Vaizey has written to Ofcom chief executive Ed Richards detailing the terms for the help scheme designed to support TV viewers affected by the launch of new 4G telecommunications services.
Technology trade body Intellect has released a specification that would enable the deployment of HbbTV over the UK terrestrial system and made a test stream available.
A report by Oxford Economics has estimated BSkyB to have made a £5.4 billion contribution to UK GDP on 2011.
DTG Testing and Mirifice have jointly developed an automation system for the testing of set-top boxes and IDTVs.
One of the UK’s most iconic brands is to maintain its presence on TV screens through a deal with Virgin Media. Teletext Holidays, which is slated to leave Freeview DTT in September is launching a dedicated app on Virgin’s TiVo service.
Football fans are turning to second screens while watching their teams on TV, according to a new study by IAB UK on behalf of ESPN.
YouView has finally declared its intention to launch after four years of sometimes protracted labour. Yet despite the time lag industry reaction has been largely positive.