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YFE to launch Fix&Foxi family channel: German media company Your Family Entertainment (YFE) will launch a TV channel based on comic characters Fix&Foxi on December 1, 2014.
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Mobistar delays entry in cable TV market: Belgian operator Mobistar is delaying the roll-out of its broadband and TV offer on cable until sometime next year.
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QVC Germany to launch new HD channel: German home-shopping broadcaster QVC will offer its sister channel QVC Beauty & Style in high definition from November 1, 2014.
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Samit becomes SeaChange CEO: SeaChange has named Jay Samit as its new chief executive officer, replacing Raghu Rau.
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Sony buys into Dori Media channels: Sony Pictures Television (SPT) and Dori Media Group have entered into an agreement whereby SPT will acquire shares in various Dori Media channels.
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Top Polish broadcasters team up: Poland’s two leading commercial broadcasters Polsat and TVN have resurrected a partnership named Polski Operator Telewizyjny (POT).
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Germans want telcos to pay for broadband rollout: The majority of Germans want telecommunications companies like Deutsche Telekom to cover the costs of nationwide provision of broadband internet access.
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Tough times for Portugal Telecom: Portugal Telecom has hit serious financial difficulties against the backdrop of Altice seeking to buy some of its assets.
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Freesat closes in on 2 million: WATCH VIDEO: Freesat says it is now being watched by more than four million viewers every week. The free-to-air satellite platform is now available in 1.9 million households.
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BSkyB secures 69% of Sky Deutschland: BSkyB has confirmed it has secured 69% of Sky Deutschland. It’s part of the £5 billion agreement to create a European pay-TV giant that would also include Sky Italia.
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