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    EBS wins BT Sport contract for EPG data support

    BT Sport has chosen EBS to facilitate the supply of EPG data listings for all its channels, BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, ESPN on BT Sport, BT Sport Europe and red-button service BT Sport Extra across multiple platforms. Using EBS’ Pawa software solution, BT Sport has a fully integrated data workflow that enables it...
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    Ovum: Asian mobile needs telco-OTT collaboration to grow

    At the Mobile World Congress Asia edition in Shanghai in July, Chairman of China Mobile, Xi Guohua, took a bold stand by stating that in order to capture the next wave of the mobile Internet, mobile operators and OTT players must work together. The view that partnering with OTT players will further the range of...
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    ICFLIX unveils interface 2.0 for Android

    MENA streaming service ICFLIX has released version 2.0 of its Android app, introducing a new sleeker user interface and several new additional features. The new ICFLIX 2.0 can be downloaded from Google Play. The redesign offers an enhanced user experience, allowing Android users to access their favourite movies and TV shows with simplicity, ease, and...

Analysis & Opinion

  • MoneySuperMarket: 4 key consumer trends in broadband

    Kate Devine, 
Head of Broadband,
MoneySuperMarket

    IP&TV News is so MoneySuperMarket! At least we are today, since we have an exclusive guest post from Kate Devine, Head of Broadband at the famous price comparison website. Devine is a confirmed speaker at this year’s Broadband World Forum (20-22 October 2015, London ExCel), where she’ll be sharing some of MoneySuperMarket’s incomparable insight into consumer behaviour….

  • How the net was won: Inside the war with US cable

    Evan Greer

    Don’t even try suggesting to internet activist/Broadband World Forum keynote Evan Greer that net neutrality has more to do with bandwidth than civil rights… “If Comcast, AT&T and Verizon were actually so concerned with these connection and bandwidth issues…,”she scoffs, “…then the first thing they could do is actually build up all the infrastructure they promised to build up…

  • Ovum: BT’s CL Robin Hood act could spell trouble for Sky

    Nick Thomas

    This week has seen Sky seek to upset BT’s big Champions League unveiling by pointing to the competition’s declining viewing figures.  It did beg the question, however, whether BT had been wise to shell out the not inconsiderable £900 million it did in the circumstances. “For BT’s overall strategy, TV is the sweetener for retaining…

IP&TV News tries out 4G Broadcast at the FA Cup Final

Thomas Riedl: “Google TV has evolved into Android TV”

Tesco and blinkbox: what went wrong?

Reed Hastings and 2030: is he right?

What was the word on 4K at IBC?

What does the future hold for IPTV? (Lessons learned from Aereo)