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Bank of America hauls in biggest profit ever

Bank of America is minting money thanks to tax cuts, turbulent markets and the stronger economy.

  • April 16th 2018 at 16:31

Eleven Sports/Canal+ secure LaLiga rights for Poland

By Chris Dziadul

Eleven Sports and Canal+ have acquired LaLiga rights in Poland for three years, starting August 2018.

The new deal will see Eleven Sports and Canal+ both show five live matches each on an exclusive basis each match week week from August 2018 until 2021. They will alternate first picks each week, with both showing live action frok every El Clasico league fixture simultaneously.

Commenting on the development, Krzysztof Swiergiel, MD, Poland, Eleven Sports, said: “Eleven Sports has been focused on delivering the event experience beyond the 90 minutes to bring fans close to the LaLiga action with our world class studio and in-stadia analysis, player interviews and magazine shows. We are therefore thrilled to be awarded rights for the three upcoming LaLiga seasons ensuring that we will deliver outstanding coverage of one of the top football leagues in Europe”.

The agreement with LaLiga also includes highlights and near live clips for social media for both Eleven Sports and Canal+.

Channel tunnel operator’s chief optimistic on Brexit

Jacques Gounon plans to increase previous estimate of company’s earnings

  • April 16th 2018 at 15:30

Channel tunnel operator’s chief optimistic on Brexit

Jacques Gounon plans to increase previous estimate of company’s earnings

  • April 16th 2018 at 15:30

Russia, Syria not yet allowed OPCW team into Douma: UK embassy

Russia and Syria have not yet allowed a fact-finding mission from the world's chemical weapons watchdog to enter Douma to probe allegations of a gas poison attack, the British embassy here said Monday.The...

  • April 16th 2018 at 02:00

Venezuelan photographer Ronaldo Schemidt wins the World Press Photo of the Year Award

The World Press Photo of the Year honours the photographer whose visual creativity and skills made a picture that captures or represents an event or issue of great journalistic importance in the last year.

  • April 16th 2018 at 02:00

California Experiences An Alarming Spike In Homelessness

By Kirk Siegler

One factor is the growing number of working people living on the margins — one crisis away from homelessness due to soaring rents and housing prices.

  • April 16th 2018 at 13:28

2 Chicago Cubs Fans Cut School To Go To Home Opener

Tempting fate, the two boys brought along a sign that read: Don't Tell Principal Versluis." Turned out, their principal was also ditching school to attend the game.

  • April 16th 2018 at 13:08

Czech R2B2 expands programmatic HbbTV network

By Chris Dziadul

The Czech thematic channel Retro Music TV has begun programmatic sales of ad space on HbbTV.

Purchases and sales can be made via the digital ad network R2B2 Multiscreen.

Retro Music TV is now the third music channel on the network after Ocko and Ocko Star. Claiming around 250,000 viewers a day, it focuses on the “greatest hits and music information from the 60s to the begiining of the new millennium”.

Ad space can be bought via the Adform DSP. The ad tech is provided by Hybrid, a partner company of R2B2.

With Retro Music TV, there are now a total of 12 TV channels on R2B2’s programmatic network.

TVP opens up VOD content

By Chris Dziadul

A large amount of paid on demand content from the Polish public broadcaster’s TVP VOD service has been made available free of charge to viewers exempt from the receiver licence fee.

To access the content, they need to activate a TVP account on tvp.pl or vod.tvp.pl with a subscribers’ identfication number.

According to TVP, the free content on its one demand service has been available since the beginning of this month.

Another Korean Air heiress earns public ire

Police investigate claims that Cho Hyun-min threw water at an ad agency official

  • April 16th 2018 at 12:09

Another Korean Air heiress earns public ire

Police investigate claims that Cho Hyun-min threw water at an ad agency official

  • April 16th 2018 at 12:09

Satellite TV encryption gathers pace in Ukraine

By Chris Dziadul

The Ukrainian regulator National Council has reissued satellite licences for the channels Inter, NTN, Mega, K1, K2, Pixel, Enter-film and Zoom, all of which are part of the Inter Media Group.

According to Mediasat and Detector Media, this is due to changes in the technical characteristics of the channels, which are now encrypted.

The only requirement of the licences is that Inter Media Group has to allow the National Council access to the channels so that they can be monitored.

The National Council has also issued a satellite licence for Inter+, which is aimed at viewers living outside Ukraine.

By this autumn, all four leading media groups in Ukraine – StarLightMedia, 1 + 1 Media, Media Group Ukraine and Inter Media Group – plan to have their satellite-delivered channels encrypted.

Satellite TV encryption gathers pace in Ukraine

By Chris Dziadul

The Ukrainian regulator National Council has reissued satellite licences for the channels Inter, NTN, Mega, K1, K2, Pixel, Enter-film and Zoom, all of which are part of the Inter Media Group.

According to Mediasat and Detector Media, this is due to changes in the technical characteristics of the channels, which are now encrypted.

The only requirement of the licences is that Inter Media Group has to allow the National Council access to the channels so that they can be monitored.

The National Council has also issued a satellite licence for Inter+, which is aimed at viewers living outside Ukraine.

By this autumn, all four leading media groups in Ukraine – StarLightMedia, 1 + 1 Media, Media Group Ukraine and Inter Media Group – plan to have their satellite-delivered channels encrypted.

Deutsche Bank and VW pay price for shambolic governance

Shortcomings of two-tier board structure evident at teetering German titans

  • April 16th 2018 at 06:00

Boost OPCW to 'dismantle' Syria's toxic arms: France

Countries must help boost the work of the world's chemical arms watchdog so it can definitively dismantle Syria's "secret" toxic weapons programme, the French ambassador urged at talks Monday."The priority...

  • April 16th 2018 at 02:00

Moscow vows 'not to interfere' in OPCW's work in Syria

Moscow vowed on Monday not to interfere in the work of a fact-finding mission sent to Syria by the global chemical arms watchdog to probe an alleged poison gas attack in Douma."Russia confirms its commitment...

  • April 16th 2018 at 02:00

Britain's biggest carmaker cuts 1,000 jobs

Read full story for latest details.

  • April 16th 2018 at 14:29

Trillion-dollar budget deficits will make next recession more painful

House Speaker Paul Ryan is leaving behind a looming $1 trillion budget deficit that will make the next recession harder to fight.

  • April 15th 2018 at 14:50
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