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    Yahoo! to acquire Flurry & strengthen mobile products

    Yahoo! have reached a definitive agreement to acquire mobile-analytics specialist Flurry. The deal reinforces Yahoo’s commitment to developing its mobile applications and monetization solutions. “Yahoo’s growth in mobile traffic comes from great people and great products,” comments Scott Burke, SVP Advertising Technology. “Flurry’s success is the result of years of committed investment by a passionate...
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    Moody’s: Fox’s rejected Time Warner bid could spark more

    Twenty-First Century Fox’s bid for Time Warner could be just the opening salvo in a bidding process that would involve a higher or even other bidders, Moody’s Investors Service says in a new report, “Twenty-First Century Fox’s Bid for Time Warner: The Credit Impact Acquisition Scenarios.” Time Warner has announced that Twenty-First Century Fox made...
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    Canal+ turn to Hubee to develop new kids app

    Canal+ has chosen Hubee to develop the first CANALPLAY Kids app for mobile, tablets and television: Hubee has developed and integrated the entire application with the view to offering kids’ appropriate programs and easy navigation, all in a secure environment. As of this month, the CANALPLAY Kids application is available on IOS and Android, as...

Analysis & Opinion

  • Informa: The next stage of interactive advertising

    Guest post from Laurence Coldicott, research manager, Informa Telecoms & Media  Interactive Advertising fundamentally changes the way brands and pay-TV broadcasters can reach the consumer. In the age of multiscreen, the tech-savvy consumer is expecting something more gripping than traditional linear advertising. The Next Generation Advertising day is a new feature of this year’s OTTtv World…

  • Aereo aftermath: What are the implications of Supreme Court ruling?

    Simon Dyson, 
Music & Copyright,
Editor

    Last month’s ruling against Aereo by the Supreme Court has left a number of questions in its wake. To get some answers, IP&TV News sought out Simon Dyson, editor of Music & Copyright,’ and an expert on the legal cat’s cradle of  copyright issues in the digital age. IP&TV News began by asking what the…

  • Health, wealth & the education: ARRIS plots the future of the TV

    Charles Cheevers,
CTO,
ARRIS

    Earlier this month ARRIS held its annual Video Leadership Forum at Barcelona’s ‘W’, the colossal sail-shaped hotel that billows above the skateboarders, cyclists, and roller skaters weaving continuously along the promenade below. Inside the hotel, a selection of representatives from telcos, cable customers, ISPs and the press were busy reflecting on the present and the…

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