After a three-month test, Cox Communications has ended the broadband-delivered subscription TV service it launched in Southern California that had used Fanhattan’s set-top box. As first reported by…
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LONDON News Corp.'s U.K. paybox BSkyB is buying the British broadband business of Spain's Telefonica in a $300 million deal. The agreement will make the satcaster Blighty's second biggest broadband…
Gallic TV giant Canal Plus Group has inked an exclusive output deal with Warner Bros. for its pay TV channels and multiple platforms.
Spain's telcos and newest TV broadcasters are injecting fresh money into Spain's cash-crunched film production sector.
In a major, if expected, re-think of its contents strategy, giant Gallic telecom FT-Orange is looking for a buyer for its pay TV channels Orange Sports and Orange Cinema Series.
Telco Orange and Luc Besson's powerhouse EuropaCorp are teaming up to launch weareproducteurs.com, a web platform allowing users to participate in every stage of a film's production, promotion and…
Subscriptions to Orange TV's French premium pay TV services Orange Sport and Orange Cinema Series rose 50% to 596,000 through Sept. 30.
Every pioneer encounters challenges, and in the five years since Orange -- part of telco giant France Telecom -- set up its content division, it has had its fair share.
Time Warner and Comcast in June made waves in the U.S. as they promoted their TV Everywhere concept, linking Web content to cable subscriptions.
Even as some parts of the French entertainment sector are pulling out of huge commitments to Gallic films, Orange-France Telecom Group is jumping in.
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