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October 15 1997 Eleanor Jonathan and Monica

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first_imgOctober 15, 1997Eleanor, Jonathan and Monica.last_img

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Three French local authorities have become shareho

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first_imgThree French local authorities have become shareholders in news broadcaster Euronews.The allocation of shares to the Rhône-Alpes Region, the department of Rhône and the Greater Lyon Urban Community was unanimously approved at a general meeting of shareholders last week. Each authority will take a 1.5% stake in Euronews.Michael Peters, CEO of Euronews, said, “As CEO, but also as a long-time resident of Lyon, I am particularly delighted and proud of this event, which is exceptional and a first in France. It further strengthens our historic ties with the local area. Like Atlanta, London and Doha, our goal is to make Lyon, the Department and Region a world media capital. Our channel and all of our digital platforms will ensure a high profile for Lyon, thanks in particular to the quality and variety of major international events held in the city and region.”last_img read more

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Fox International Channels has moved several of it

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first_imgFox International Channels has moved several of its senior executives in Europe into new positions following a restructure that has seen it split its business into new regional divisions.FIC veteran Adam Theiler becomes executive VP of the Southern Europe & Africa unit, which covers Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Israel and Africa.Within that regional group there have also been several changes at FIC’s Turkish operation. Cenk Soner becomes general manager, reporting to Theiler. He was previously the deputy finance chief of FIC Turkey.Yadigar Belbuken has been elevated to VP and deputy general manager of the Turkish operation. She will also continue in her role as head of content for Fox in Turkey as well as expanding that remit to the wider southern Europe and Africa region.Mehmet Icagasioglu has been upped from ad sales manager in Turkey to vice president, ad sales, Africa and deputy general manager, FIC Turkey. He will run ad sales and sponsorship for FIC channel in Turkey and Africa across the sports, lifestyle, general entertainment and factual entertainment genres.“In a relatively short period time, FIC Turkey has become a rich source of original ideas and innovation, demonstrating a collective expertise in multi-media brand management that rivals our best Fox teams around the world,” said Theiler. “Now integrated in the new regional structure of FIC Southern Europe and Africa, the Turkish office will enjoy further prominence in deciding our strategic path for the region.”FIC Turkey operates channels including Foxlife, FX, Foxcrime, National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo People, 24Kitchen, Foxsports and BabyTV.last_img read more

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The Irish subsidiaries of Sony Music Warner Music

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first_imgThe Irish subsidiaries of Sony Music, Warner Music and Unviersal Music have called for legal action to force Liberty Global-owned UPC Ireland to combat illegal downloading on lines that have already been agreed with the country’s largest telco Eircom.The music groups are taking legal action after UPC declined to adopt a so-called ‘three strikes’ policy where copyright infringers are given two warnings to desist before their internet service is terminated. UPC has said that any such policy should be the result of legislation.The case, expected to last eight days, has already heard evidence of alleged copyright infringement by UPC subscribers.last_img

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Mobile distribution will be the overriding factor

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first_imgMobile distribution will be the overriding factor in the take up of OTT television services in Sub-Saharan Africa, Digital TV Research has forecast.With the number of fixed broadband homes only expected to reach 13 million by 2022, the estimated 486 million smartphones users in the region will be the key demographic for operators.“It is very important to stress the power that mobile operators have over the future of Sub-Saharan African OTT TV and video,” said Digital TV Research principal analyst Simon Murray.SVOD is already the main revenue driver for OTT TV and video in Sub-Saharan Africa, the new data shows.While they were just US$22 million, they are set for exponential growth by 2022, when they are predicted to reach US$475 million.In total, there will be an estimated 10.12 million SVOD customers, up from 525,000 at end-2016. South Africa will contribute 2.7 million of these, followed by Nigeria with 2.64 million.Advertising-funded VOD will also experience a boom, up from US$17 million in 2016 to US$64 million, while download-to-own will grow from US$10 million to US$79 million. Rental revenues will also grow multiple times.“The mobile operators know that they are in a powerful position. Not only can they give OTT players access to their extensive subscriber pools, but they can also conduct the billing (thus foregoing the need for SVOD platforms to insist on credit card payments).“Most importantly, many mobile operators currently charge high data prices for OTT access – which can add considerable costs to subscribers. However, a distribution deal with a mobile operator can substantially cut these costs.”Revenues from TV and movies will reach US$640 million in the region by 2022, which is up twelve times on the US$52 million figure Digital TV Research quoted in its study.South Africa will account for 40% of regional revenues, with Nigeria bringing in 22%.last_img read more

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