Author Archives: Ian D. Nock

About Ian D. Nock

Looks a little like a bank robber but actually is a consultant working in the field of Consumer Electronics, Digital TV and Interactive Solutions/delivery. Twenty years experience working throughout Europe on delivering IT Systems and Digital TV Solutions. Experienced in working on all aspects of service delivery including solution integration, platforms and customer premises equipment.

European TV market 0.4% growth | Advanced Television

The TV market in Western Europe in 2013 performed unevenly across countries, managing to grow by a mere +0.4 per cent and exceeding €95 billion, according to the annual report of Rome-based ITMedia Consulting. via European TV market 0.4% growth … Continue reading

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OTT 2014: Making the most of OTT | Advanced Television

Not long ago OTT was defined as a threat to conventional pat TV. Now it is recognised as an enabler of TV Everywhere provision, a key defence against alternative providers. via OTT 2014: Making the most of OTT | Advanced … Continue reading

Posted in TV Content

Czech DTH market consolidates

T-Mobile has decided to close its TV service in the Czech Republic on November 30. via Czech DTH market consolidates.

Posted in TV Business

Telenor to switch off analogue cable

Telenor has announced plans to switch off its analogue cable service during 2015. via Telenor to switch off analogue cable.

Posted in TV Business

Green light for KPN for full control of Reggefiber

KPN has received regulatory approval to acquire an additional 9% stake in Reggefiber from joint-venture partner Reggeborgh, bringing its total ownership in the FttH operator to 60%. via Green light for KPN for full control of Reggefiber.

Posted in TV Business

SES Q3: “Strong growth” | Advanced Television

Satellite operator SES, reporting its Q3 figures, says it has delivered strong growth in Western Europe and International markets, with revenue of €1.4066 billion for the year to date, up 4.7 per cent over the prior year. via SES Q3: … Continue reading

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Ziggo’s TV marketshare remains at 62.5%

Following years of declining TV marketshare, Dutch cabler Ziggo has maintained is TV marketshare at 62.5% during the third quarter. via Ziggo’s TV marketshare remains at 62.5%.

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