Europe is promoting integrated production to reduce the cost and complexity of TV Everywhere deployment, and is also working towards improved interaction between producers and audiences.
As flooding in Thailand’s industrial heartland at last subsides, the impact of the lost disk drive production is being felt throughout the broadcast distribution chain.
Virgin Media says there is backlog of demand for new service based on the TiVo DVR, which combines linear TV, VOD, catch-up services and Web applications such as You Tube.
UK communications regulator Ofcom will enforce EU guidelines for UK product placement starting March 1.
The EBU has built on its audio-over-IP standard to define interoperability requirements for intercom over IP.
Satellite operators will exploit their blanket coverage to make up for lost revenue to IPTV and fiber networks in densely populated areas of North America, the Far East and Western Europe.
Controversy over the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest’s staging in Azerbaijan subsided amid the glitz and kitsch of the event.
The EBU met last week with Italian member RAI to discuss the future of radio spectrum across Europe in the wake of WRC-12 disagreements.
The UK’s Freeview service over digital terrestrial has added enhanced interactivity in a bid to keep up with the pay TV sector.
Vodafone German’s decision to pull out of bidding for rights to show Bundesliga football matches highlights the dilemma facing pay-TV service providers.
Consolidation is in the air for Greece’s TV and telecoms market in the midst of the country’s record breaking slump.
Pace set top boxes, deployed by half the world’s leading pay TV operators, could be a Trojan horse bringing Tivo software into many more TV homes.
Spanish triple play operator Jazztel, and Irish broadband provider Magnet Networks, are the latest to trust OTT for paid TV services.
Liberty Global CEO Michael Fries has urged his European cable operators to make the multi-screen experience compelling before trying to make money from it.
Most of Europe has registered growth in pay TV subscriptions early in 2012, but not Italy and Spain.
A French project called SVC4QoE applied Scalable Video Coding over digital terrestrial to send high quality video to moving devices.
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