O2 UK, part of Spanish telco giant Telefonica, and European mobile-phone retailer Carphone Warehouse have clinched the exclusive, multiyear deal to bring Apple's iPhone to Britain.
China on Friday agreed with the Motion Picture Assn. of America and other groups to do more to tackle copyright piracy on the Internet, the official Xinhua news agency said.
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Billionaire Paul Allen is selling his stake in the North American Sports Network, a digital cable channel that broadcasts baseball, basketball, NASCAR and other U.S. sports in Europe.
A Swedish police raid on an Internet service provider has struck a major blow against European piracy of movies and music on the Web.
French media technology firm Thomson said Monday it would buy a third of U.S.-based antipiracy software maker ContentGuard in a deal aimed at spurring the entertainment industry to move business to…
Former Universal Music exec John Kennedy was appointed chair-CEO of music industry group the Intl. Federation of the Phonographic Industry, the trade body said Monday.
Media regulator Ofcom has fined porn satcaster Digital Television Production £50,000 ($91,000) for broadcasting graphic sex too early in the evening.
BSkyB chief financial officer Martin Stewart is leaving the U.K.'s dominant pay TV company to pursue other interests, three months after the top job was given to Rupert Murdoch's son James.
The top executive at British terrestrial digital broadcaster Freeview resigned Wednesday after less than a year in the job amid rumors that he may join a new pay TV service set to launch.
Iraq's U.S.-backed governing council has temporarily closed down the local ops of two Arab satcasters it accused of promoting political violence and putting "terrorists" on their screens.