Long reads


Foreign affairs

The market for channels targeting expatriate and other minorities in Europe is now larger and more varied than ever, and so are the business models that support it. Andy Fry reports. The market for foreign-language channels in Europe is, by its very nature, a complex and fragmented one. The only thing that can be said […]

The tangled web

The range of companies offering online TV services continues to grow, as do the types of services on offer. All are still finding their feet to some degree. But could the humble TV set prove to be the saviour of online video? Graham Pomphrey reports. Major investments are being made in increasing the capacity of […]

The fast set

Cable operators are now rolling out DOCSIS 3.0-based ultra-fast broadband, but they need to find ways to make it pay. Could delivering video and data over managed home networks be the next big thing? Stuart Thomson reports. Spurred on by competition from fibre network operators (or by the desire to stay ahead of competition from […]

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