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Gazprom to buy Profmedia TV assetsNovember 28, 2013Russia's rapidly-growing television market is set for consolidation with Gazprom-Media, the country's largest privately-held media conglomerate, agreeing this week to acquire the TV assets of...
YouTube to introduce offline viewing functionSeptember 24, 2013YouTube is to introduce a download-to-device option for users in November 2013. Option will allow users of the service to download specific videos to their smartphones or tablets for offline viewing for up to...
Mediaset hit by declines in Italy and SpainMarch 27, 2013Mediaset reported a 500m euro decline (12 per cent) in annual revenues last year as its advertising-funded broadcasting divisions in Italy and Spain were battered by the difficult macroeconomic climate.In its...
Cairo Communications buys loss-making La7 from Telecom ItaliaMarch 06, 2013Telecom Italia Media has agreed to sell its La7 TV network to Cairo Communications, the company currently handling the channel's ad sales. Cairo will pay a token €1m to acquire full control of La7,...
Discovery buys SBS Nordic, talks with TF1December 14, 2012Discovery Communications is buying SBS Nordic, a group of free-to-air TV networks and radio stations, from the ProSiebenSat1 group. The deal is valued at $1.7bn (€1.325bn). The US cable network programmer...
Six new channels launch on free DTT in FranceDecember 13, 2012Six new free-to-air high definition channels launched in France yesterday (12 December). The six, including projects backed by leading private broadcasters TF1 and M6, were awarded licences by regulator the...
Europe's leading broadcasters hit by deteriorating ad marketNovember 14, 2012Europe's leading free-to-air broadcasters have painted a gloomy picture for the TV advertising market in reporting the first nine months of the year. While pan-European broadcaster RTL Group, the UK's ITV and...
Belgian broadcasters unite to form catch-up TV portal RumbleAugust 28, 2012The three main Flemish language broadcasters in Belgium - public broadcaster VRT, and two commercial networks, VMMa and SBS Belgium, have joined forces in a joint project - a catch-up TV portal called Rumble....
RTL/ProSiebenSat.1 joint venture ban is confirmed by German Higher Regional CourtAugust 09, 2012The Higher Regional Court in Dusseldorf has backed an earlier decision by the German state supreme court in regards to the ban of the potential joint venture from RTL and ProSiebenSat.1 (See...
Time Warner increases stake in central and eastern EuropeJuly 03, 2012Time Warner has increased its stake in CME to 49.9 per cent after exercising a put option to acquire additional shares in the central and eastern European broadcaster. The media giant's investment in CME dates...