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Premier League blocks illegal streaming site July 17, 2013 10.09 Europe/London By Julian Clover FootballThe Premier League has won a

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    Premier League blocks illegal streaming site
    July 17, 2013 10.09 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    FootballThe Premier League has won a High Court ruling requiring the six main UK-based Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block access to one of the biggest illegal live football-streaming sites in the UK.
    The High Court ruled that First Row Sports was acting jointly with third party streaming services to distribute live coverage of Premier League matches in breach of the Premier League’s copyright.
    Section 97A of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 has been used previously by the music and film industries to secure protection from illegal streaming sites, such as Pirate Bay, but this is the first time that a sporting body has sought an order blocking a site that infringes its copyright.
    It is also the first time that an order has been granted against a website that facilitates access to other illegal streaming sites.
    A Premier League spokesman said: “We are extremely pleased that the order blocking this website has been granted and we will be enforcing it, in conjunction with the ISPs, ahead of the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season.
    Mr Justice Arnold also made clear that any publicans using First Row Sports to screen Premier League matches in their premises are communicating copyright works to the public, which would put them in breach of Section 20 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
    The Premier League said it would be significantly increasing its enforcement activity, ahead of new UK rights contracts for BSkyB and BT Sport.

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    Samsung adds to 4K range in UK
    July 17, 2013 10.59 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Samsung UHD TVSamsung has announced that its 55 and 65-inch UHD F9000 TVs will be available to buy in the UK from this month.
    Offering four times the resolution of current full HD TVs, they follow on shortly after the UK launch of the 85-inch S9 UHD 4K TV in April.
    Samsung’s latest UHD TVs feature a number of functions including future ready UHD TV, smart viewing and captivating sound.
    The UE55F9000 has a recommended retail price of £3,999.99 (€4,612.38) and the UE65F9000 OF

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    Blow for Israeli pay-TV companies
    July 17, 2013 10.04 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    A controversial plan allowing the Israeli cable operator Hot and DTH platform Yes to operate their own news channels has been shelved.
    However, it could still become a reality within a matter of months.
    Haaretz reports that Gilad Erdan, the country’s communications minister, backed down from the plan, which had been written into the Economics Arrangements Law without any discussion, following strong criticism.
    He has nevertheless also made clear that he’ll still sponsor legislation that will allow for the launch of news channels by both Hot and Yes.
    Critics argue that such channels would only serve to promote the interests of their owners and ultimately be a threat to democracy.
    On the other hand, supporters say it would improve the TV market, where there is currently a concentration in the news area.

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    Channel growth for BBC Worldwide
    July 17, 2013 09.40 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    bbc-worldwide-channes-screenBBC Worldwide has reported a rise in distribution revenue for its branded channels and in programme sales.
    The commercial arm of the BBC delivered a 1% rise in headline profit to deliver £156 million in the year to March 31, 2013.
    BBC Worldwide’s 34 branded international channels have continued to drive revenues, through launching new operations, widening distribution and increasing advertising sales.
    “BBC Worldwide’s performance has remained very robust despite the economic challenges facing the media sector, with particular growth in programme sales and our international channels,” said Tim Davie, chief executive of BBC Worldwide. “2013/14 will be a transformational year for the company with a re-focused strategy that maximises opportunities presented by new markets and technology. This will ensure BBC Worldwide remains a world-class content company that inspires audiences around the world and helps build the reputation and the commercial success of the global BBC.”
    BBC Worldwide has 406m subscriber homes to its TV channels around the world (up from 356m in 2011/12).
    The BBC America channel grew its reach to 81m homes (from 77m in 2011/12).
    There were 15 new launches of BBC Worldwide’s channel brands in the year, including for the first time, channels in Brazil, Burma and Cambodia.

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    Malone looks to Southern Europe
    July 17, 2013 09.28 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    John MaloneLiberty Global will study opportunities in Southern Europe as the economy in the region improves, John Malone has said in an interview.
    Malone, the chairman of Liberty Media, who has a controlling interest in Liberty Global told Bloomberg that Vodafone had pre-empted the company from consolidating the German cable market.
    Liberty Global owns the second largest German cablenet Unitymedia and had previously expressed disappointment at the stance taken by regulators on possible further consolidation. Vodafone on the other hand, with interests primarily in telecoms, faces no such issues.
    “We’re getting to the point where in northern Europe, we’re pretty much as far as we can go,” Malone said. “If southern Europe sort of hits the bottom, as it were, there are things we can do further south in scale.”
    Earlier this year Liberty Global made a successful bid for the UK’s Virgin Media and has interests in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Switzerland, Poland and Hungary, amongst others. It has previously sold purchases in the Swedish and Norwegian markets.

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    Al Jazeera wins Premier League rights
    July 17, 2013 06.43 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    al-jazeera-deskAl Jazeera Sport has secured the exclusive broadcasting rights in MENA for all 380 Premier League matches per season for the seasons 2013/4 to 2015/16.
    Commenting on the developmemt, Nasser Al Khelaifi, Al Jazeera Sport’s chairman, said: “We are extremely excited by the addition of the Barclays Premier League for the next three year cycle, the value that this can add to our customer proposition and extending further our portfolio of top European football.”
    Premier League chief executive, Richard Scudamore added: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Al Jazeera Sport as a new partner in Middle East North Africa. We look forward to working with them and are confident they will broadcast the Barclays Premier League in a comprehensive and innovative manner to our fans in the region.”

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    Google considers OTT
    July 17, 2013 00.59 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul


    GoogleplexGoogle is looking into the possibility of launching an OTT service offering traditional TV rather than on demand programming.
    According to a report in the WSJ, it has already approached media companies about licensing their content for such a service.
    Furthermore, it has in at least one instance provided a demonstration of the product it would offer.
    Google previously held such talks around two years ago. Although they came to nothing, the market has since changed considerably, with several other companies, including Intel and Sony, working on similar plans and pay-TV providers asking entertainment companies for nationwide streaming rights.
    Google has also already made significant progress in developing TV and online video in the last few years.
    Besides financing original programming for YouTube, this has included launching a cable service on its Google Fiber Network and developing Google TV software for cable STBs.
    Should Google launch an OTT service, it would compete directly with pay-TV platforms already facing pressure from the likes of Netlix, Hulu and Amazon, though the latter offer on demand rather than traditional TV content.

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    CDN.net launches live streaming with mobile support
    Parent Category: News | 17-07-2013
    With the accelerated uptake of online TV, in particular over-the-top (OTT) services, cost-effective content delivery has become a crucial issue, one to which CDN.net believes it can make a valuable contribution.
    The company has launched a new live video streaming service, with mobile device and tablet support, across its global content delivery network to deliver rich live-streamed video closer to audiences around the world. This, says CDN.net, will eliminate long load times and quality issues with a flexible CDN, priced to location and usage.
    “The future of content consumption relies on live video and other rich streaming media, much of it viewed on smartphones and tablets,” explained CDN.net commercial director James Fletcher. “The last thing content developers and publishers want to worry about is the technical headache of keeping video performance high on every device used to access it, and in every country. A global, federated CDN eliminates the legwork in live streaming, so that content creators can focus on meeting user expectations with engaging, high quality video.”
    CDN.net’s live video streaming service, powered by more than 2,000 OnApp clouds in 70 countries, claims to ensure a consistent viewing experience across any device or platform, and supports Adobe, Android, Flash, Microsoft Silverlight and Apple protocols, including iPhone and iPad capability.
    In addition to standard video streaming, CDN.net has added pseudo-streaming for MP4 and Flash Video (FLV) videos. This feature allows viewers to seek around a video file even if it has not finished downloading, using Flash and pseudo streaming-ready video. CDN.net is also bolstering its HTTP pull content caching, with content security features including country access restrictions, plus hot-linking and cache expiry settings.

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    Google said to be set for online pay-TV service
    Joseph O'Halloran | 17-07-2013
    Reports from the US are suggesting that Google has approached leading media companies for content for a prospective online pay-TV service.
    Over the last few months there have been signs that the search giant has begun to take more seriously its Google TV business which to date had been dogged since launch in 2010 by low user uptake and lack of compelling content.
    Yet in May 2013, perhaps hinting at a more serious play, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt claimed that online video has displaced traditional TV. “[Online TV] is not a replacement for something that we know … It's a new thing that we have to think about, to programme, to curate and build new platforms," he added, noting that media giants such as Time Warner, Bertelsmann, Discovery Communications and Comcast had all made significant investments in companies that create, aggregate or service content for YouTube in the last 12 months.
    Now, according to the Wall Street Journal, Google has made overtures to some programmers in recent months about a pay-TV initiative and, in at least one case, provided a demonstration of a prospective service. THE WSJ noted that this would be the second time Google had examined a pay-TV play, remarking that about two years ago it had subsequently unfruitful conversations with media companies.
    Throughout the history of Google TV, the platform has struggled to secure content licensing deals with leading studios and broadcasters, who are thought to fear the company as a cannibalising threat. Also, studios are said to have been concerned with the Google algorithm turning up pirated sources of content with no recourse.

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    Russian-language TV channel Safo of 13 degrees

    2013-07-16


    GlobeCast operator began testing a new Russian-language channel Safo TV. Emissions testing is available to viewers in Europe thanks to the orbital position of EUTELSAT HOT BIRD 13 ° E. Channel broadcasts mostly classical Russian cinema and animation. It is not known whether it will be the final shape of the schedule. It can be changed after the tests. Details Safo TV broadcasters are not known.

    Uncoded transmission Safo TV


    Specifications:
    13D Eutelsat's Hot Bird (13 ° E)
    tp. 154 (11.585 GHz, pol. V, SR 27500, FEC: 3/4; DVB-S/QPSK)

    ID: SAFO TV
    PID: 1335 (MPEG-2/SD)
    PID: 1345 (rus)
    PCR PID: 1335
    SID: 13535
    PMT PID: 1225
    Provider: GLOBECAST
    Encoding: none

    Safo TV joins the wide range of channels in Russian, which is available free of charge from Eutelsat Hot Bird (13 ° E). This offer includes general channels (channel Pierwyj - Wsiemirnaja SIET, RTR Planeta, R1, Nasch TV and TV Rus), information (Rossiya 24, RBK TV, K +), Music (Russian Music Box, Ru.TV, Shanson TV) religious (Soyuz, CNL, TBN Russia), children (Ulibka rebenka) and a game (V777).


 

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