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TVN enhances OTT service Poland’s TVN has launched Eleven Sports Network’s second channel Eleven Sports on its OTT platform player.pl.

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    TVN enhances OTT service

    Poland’s TVN has launched Eleven Sports Network’s second channel Eleven Sports on its OTT platform player.pl.

    Along with the first channel Eleven, it will offer viewers over 2,000 hours of live sports a year, with both channels being available free of charge to all registered users of the platform.

    Commenting on the development, Christian Anting, management board member in charge of TVN digital & e-commerce said: “We are very pleased to continue our partnership with Eleven Sports Network and offer our player viewers now even more international top sport events in football, handball and motorsports. With more than 2,000 hours of live sports per year on Eleven and Eleven Sports on player.pl will become a number one sports destination for the Polish fans, further strengthening our position as a leading OTT service in Poland”.

    Danny Menken, MD of Eleven Sports Network, added: “We are constantly improving our program offering and sports rights portfolio to show our commitment to the Polish fans. We are very happy to take the next step in our cooperation with TVN, as we build distribution of our channels and show our viewers in Poland the quality and expertise of Eleven Sports Network through top sport events like Serie A TIM, Ligue 1, Velux EHF Handball Champions League, Formula E and many more.”

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    Key copyright ruling in Russia

    The Russian cable operator Akado has won a copyright dispute over the carriage of a music channel named Chanson TV.

    According to Kommersant, the Russian Organisation for Intellectual Property (VOIS) filed a lawsuit against a subsidiary of Akado based in the city of Yekaterinburg, claiming almost R4 million (€53,300) for broadcasting the music channel.

    Its dismissal by the court for intellectual property rights could set a precedent for all cable operators not willing to pay fees for broadcasting music channels which solely own content rights.

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    New rules for Romanian pay-TV contracts

    The Romanian regulator ANCOM has imposed additional obligations on the providers of electronic communication services related to users’ information in framework agreements.

    These agreements must be posted on the providers’ websites, with a direct link from the homepage, under a suggestive name. Moreover, upon the users’ request, the providers must make available a copy of the document that may be taken home, for study.

    ANCOM also advises users to carefully read the provisions of framework agreements and the terms of the offer they are interested in, so they could be properly informed on the desired service provision conditions before going to the operators’ shop to conclude a contract.

    ANCOM says that there are currently 7 million pay-TV households in Romania.

    There are also over 16 million broadband connections and almost 23 million mobile SIM cards.

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    Colombia's pay-TV matches free-to-air ratings

    Juan Fernandez Gonzalez| 24 August 2015



    Colombia's pay-TV business continues to grow across Latin America, matching the audience ratings of the free-to-air sector, according to a report from Latin American Multichannel Advertising Council (LAMAC).


    ratingcolombiaThe LAMAC report, based on IBOPE figures, found that an average 1.28 million people per day watched pay-TV during May 2015, the highest amount ever, meaning a 6.76% rating very close to the 6.82% rating reported by free-to-air (FTA) TV during the same period.

    Regarding prime time, the pay-TV audience rose by more than 70,000 viewers, while FTA figures dropped nearly 34,000 during the same slot. A similar trend has been reported in other time slots: a further 63,000 viewers for pay-TV during day time, 46,000 during early hours and 7,000 during late night.

    According to LAMAC's report, other signs, including the share of audience (SOA) and the average time spent watching (ATS), are also pointing to a very favourable scenario for the pay-TV sector in Colombia. The country already has over eight million subs, a 61% penetration, most of which is from Claro's cable TV offer.

    LAMAC's analysts concluded that the figures point to a change of habits among Colombians, who are increasingly choosing pay-TV over FTA TV, and that this consumption trend will open new opportunities for advertisers.

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    HBO adds Facebook broadcast to LATAM multiscreen offer

    Juan Fernandez Gonzalez | 24 August 2015



    HBO Latin America is to premiere its latest original production, El Hipnotizador, across its pay-TV network and online services.


    The show will be available on the TV everywhere service HBO GO, the video-on-demand (VOD) platform HBO On Demand, hbomax.tv, YouTube and, a first for the network, a few hours after its premiere, the first episode will be available on HBO Latin America's Facebook page.

    HBO has also created an interactive experience in Sao Paulo, Brazil, to take the audience into the world of El Hipnotizador. The Uruguay-filmed series, based on the Argentinean comic, tells the story of a hypnotist (Leonardo Sbaraglia) who uses his hypnotic techniques to solve crimes.

    The eight-episodes series, filmed in Ultra HD, is created by Pablo De Santis, and produced by Luis F Peraza, Roberto Ríos and María Angela de Jesus, from HBO Latin America Originals, and Rodrigo Teixeira from RT Features. Entirely produced with HBO Latin America budget, the series has been directed by Alex Gabasi and José Eduardo Belmonte.

    El Hipnotizador's cast includes Latin American and European talent such as Uruguay's César Troncoso, the Mexican-Brazilian Chico Díaz, Brazil's Bianca Comparato, Juliana Didone, Miguel Lunardi or Marisol Ribeiro, Argentina's Marilú Marini and Chino Darín, Spain's Zemanuel Piñero and Portugal's Ruy Guerra and Maria de Medeiros.

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    Don't Be Tardy sets series ratings record for Bravo

    Michelle Clancy | 24 August 2015



    The season four premiere of Bravo Media's Don't Be Tardy... earned 1.7 million total viewers, 1.1 million P25-54 and 904,000 P18-49, according to Nielsen Live+3 data.


    The episode was up 19%, 30% and 7%, respectively, from the prior season premiere in 2014 — making it the highest-rated season premiere of the series among all key demos.

    The show is an American reality television series starring former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kim Zolciak. It follows the daily lives of Zolciak, her husband Kroy Biermann, and their family.

    The first season was titled Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding, and it documented the couple as they prepared for their wedding and as well as the wedding day itself.

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    Decline of TV, programmatic mark advertising trends

    Michelle Clancy | 24 August 2015


    More than two-thirds (68%) of media planners rated TV high in effectiveness today, but just under a half (49%) believe TV will be as effective in three years.


    This is according to the Digital Place Based Advertising Association's (DPAA) latest survey, which indicates that the disruption and decline of television, mobile opportunities and the rapidly growing focus on online video and programmatic ads are the key trends in the rapidly changing advertising landscape.

    These changes will fuel the growth of digital place-based (DPB) media over the next several years.

    While television is in decline, planners expect other screens' shares of media budgets to rise over the next three years: mobile (+86%), online (+67%), DPB (+34%).

    A full 60% of those surveyed regard video everywhere, ie, integrated multiscreen campaigns, as important in delivering advertising impressions, with 84% saying they will be important in three years. The planners said that DPB screens will more than double (56% vs. 27%) in importance to the video everywhere strategy in three years' time.

    In addition, even though DPB and mobile are often thought to complement each other, there was a sharp drop in the percentage of planners who indicated they would fund a DPB buy out of mobile (22% this year vs. 12% last year). This suggests that DPB networks have an opportunity to emphasise their potential synergy and compatible executions with mobile.

    Meanwhile, nearly nine out of ten planners (88%) said they are buying programmatically for all brands they work on today. Among this group, 28% of their total media spend is being bought programmatically. Three years from now, they expect this figure to grow to 48% of budgets. Only 23% of planners said they are aware that DPB can be bought programmatically, but 67% said they would be more likely to recommend DPB as part of media plans given its availability in programmatic buying systems.

    Slightly more than half (50.4%) of planners said their recommended media plans included DPB in the past 12 months, up from 45.9% in 2014. And, national TV outpaced local TV as a potential source of budgets for DPB buys, by a margin of 20% to 15%, suggesting that a substantial number of planners regard DPB as more of a national medium than they do traditional outdoor.

    "This study provides quantifiable verification of what we have been witnessing over the past couple of years; namely, that video agnostic/video everywhere planning and programmatic are where media plans are heading, and that digital place-based media stands to gain tremendously because of these trends," said Barry Frey, president and CEO of DPAA. This is an exciting time for our sector."

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    Botswana TV and Radio transitions broadcast playout with Imagine

    Michelle Clancy | 24 August 2015


    Botswana TV and Radio (BTV&R) in Gabarone has implemented Imagine Communications' Broadcast Master traffic and scheduling system.


    BTV&R is embarking on a transition to a fully digital, tapeless environment, and Broadcast Master is central to delivering the transition and to developing new and efficient workflows.

    BTV&R previously had a number of manual systems for scheduling and traffic, backed with information on spreadsheets. As part of the implementation, Imagine Communications designed and implemented the solution, and enabled and executed seamless data transfer, including rights management, from other systems into the new Broadcast Master solution.

    "We are a broadcaster in transition, and for this critical foundation we needed a proven system we could trust," said Bontle Mogotllwana, general manager. "Imagine Communications was the only company able to provide a full turnkey solution, including software, hardware and networking. They demonstrated real interest in our requirements, and their experts in London and Dubai worked with us to help ensure it meets our needs precisely."

    The new system also provides support for BTV&R's marketing and sales teams, allowing them to develop rich campaign planning across both radio and television.

    "BTV&R needed to do what all broadcasters seek to achieve – automate processes and generate revenue by helping to ensure that up-to-date and accurate information is available to everyone in the planning, traffic, sales and playout chain," said Mathias Eckert, vice president, EMEA, Imagine Communications. "The flexibility of Broadcast Master as a single, integrated system that can help simplify workflows and eliminate errors can also be tailored to specific requirements. But perhaps even more important is that the core functionality has been developed specifically for radio and television and proven at broadcast facilities around the world."

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    Digisoft.tv sets sail with LTE-based video streaming

    Joseph O'Halloran | 24 August 2015


    Multiscreen broadcast and telecommunications provider Digisoft.tv has launched a streaming platform running on LTE networks.


    Unveiled at Kiel Week, the largest annual sailing regatta in the world, Digisoft.tv's mobile video system delivered live transmissions from outside broadcast units to a central studio for relay on to the main live TV service, Kiel TV.

    "We were looking for an economical solution to enable uplinks from our outside broadcast units," revealed OKSH general manager Peter Willers. "Digisoft's technology meant that we could capture live streams from remote locations and deliver them back to our broadcast centre using HLS streaming over a low cost LTE connection."

    OKSH used the Digisoft CastConductor video orchestration system to manage the broadcast of multiple adaptive HLS streams over LTE and IP. Designed for IPTV and over-the-top (OTT) solutions, CastConductor delivers video content from kiosks and headends in mass transit environments such as cruise ships, airports and aircraft. Such a platform delivers a more cost effective solution compared with traditional satellite or microwave backhaul, claimed Digisoft.

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    Promer Qatar wins Es'hailSat teleport contract

    Editor | 24 August 2015



    In what is being described as a milestone in providing a secure, independent satellite system for Qatar, Es'hailSat has signed up Promer Qatar Contracting to design and build its latest teleport.


    Based in Doha, Es'hailSat owns and operates satellites to serve broadcasters, businesses and governments. Es'hail 1, which shares a spacecraft platform with the European satellite operator Eutelsat, was launched on 29 August 2013 to provide television, voice, Internet, corporate and government communications services across the Middle East and North Africa region and beyond. Es'hail 2 is currently under construction and will be launched to the 26° East TV broadcasting hotspot in Q4 2016.

    Es'hailSat currently broadcasts premium content for news and sports channels such as Al Jazeera and beIN SPORTS, and design for the new teleport is expected to be ready by Q1 2016 with the site build and project completed by Q1 2017. Both Es'hail 1 and Es'hail 2, have been designed with anti-jamming capabilities and a dedicated ground infrastructure.

    Comprising a dedicated 50,000sq m site north of Doha, the new location is said to contain the latest in teleport capabilities to provide satellite control and communications support (TT&C) and capacity management, connected with the key media broadcasters in Qatar by means of a redundant, dedicated fibre optic link. It will also offer a range of teleport services such as uplink, downlink, contribution, multiplexing, encoding, playout and broadcasting, tailored for its business partners. There will also be back-up studios for TV channels to serve as a disaster-recovery facility for broadcasters.

    All of this, says Es'hailSat, means that it has the optimum solution for broadcasters in the region not only in terms of technical capabilities and performance, but also in terms of security of content. "The establishment of Es'hailSat's own teleport marks a significant milestone in our plan provide a secure and independent satellite system to meet the needs of stakeholders now and in the future," said CEO Ali Ahmed Al Kuwari. "The teleport is being designed from the outset to allow for significant growth and will feature all the major requirements to provide customers with satellite ground station and platform services."


 

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