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Turkey likely to miss analogue switch-off target after court decision

Turkish broadcasting regulator, the Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTUK), has been forced to cancel the national digital terrestrial TV licences it awarded last year after the Supreme Court upheld a complaint against the process.

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OSN targets new markets by enriching its Arabic content offering

OSN, the Dubai-based pay TV satellite operator, is expanding its Arabic-language programming as a strategic move to extend its customer base and to further position its brand as the number one destination for premium content in the MENA region.

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Sesame Workshop launches new SVOD service, Sesame GO

Sesame Workshop, the organization behind Sesame Street, is bringing the classic children’s show and other shows like Pinky Dinky Doo online through a new video on demand service, called Sesame GO, which will be available on Mac and PC, tablet, and mobile devices. The new SVOD service is powered by Kaltura Media GO OTT Solution.

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Canal Plus and BeInSports split French football rights from 2016

The LFP has secured a 23% increase in the value of the 2016-2020 rights contract to the French football league championship, with Canal Plus and BeInSports sharing the key live packages.

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CBS channel expands reach with UK Freeview launch

CBS Corp has launched CBS Reality on UK DTT platform Freeview, entering the free service on channel number 66 and increasing the channels reach by 9.5 million homes. Prior to launch, the channel has a cumulative reach of around 14 million households and the DTT expansion ensures coverage of nearly all primary sets in the country.

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Sky aims to take a bite out of UK film retail market

UK pay TV operator Sky intends to launch a digital retail service in April 2014, providing its 4.5m active Sky+ HD customers with the option to purchase films via the Sky Store interface.

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Multimedia Polska plans IPO to raise investment funds

Multimedia Polska is planning an IPO on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) in the next quarter of this year. The existing shareholders (M2 Investments Limited, Tri Media Holdings Limited, Dunaville Trading Limited and Collegium Anetta Kolasinska i Wspolnicy) will be offered 49.2% of the newly-issued shares. Multimedia Polska have hired a number of top investment banks to assist the offering: UBS was appointed as the global coordinator and underwriter, UniCredit and Raiffeisen Centrobank were selected as joint lead managers.

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Disney spends big to acquire MCN Maker Studios

Walt Disney Company has agreed to buy YouTube channel network Maker Studios for $500 million.

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Comcast adds 18 more channels to TV Everywhere app

Comcast has added another 18 more TV channels available for live linear out of home viewing by its subscribers, taking the total to 53.

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Dogan Media reports 19% growth for D-Smart

Dogan Media Group reported healthy growth in 2013 in almost all the media verticals it controls, primarily in the pay TV business sector. The Turkish media company is cautious about the outlook for the Turkish economy.

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