Thursday, September 19, 2019

Moving towards DVB-T2: The digitisation of broadcasting in the Czech Republic

The 694-790 MHz frequency band (Spectrum) – also referred to as the 700 MHz band – is currently widely used for digital terrestrial broadcasting...

Singapore jumps on the fake news bandwagon

Singapore is the latest country to jump on the fake news bandwagon. A public consultation has been launched to gather feedback on the principles...

UPDATED: Brexit and the Reciprocity Gap

In our 3 part video series on Brexit implications for media businesses we touched on some of the issues which the industry will be...

VIDEO: Influencing Media – putting digital to work

Your web browser does not support iframes, which means that the video Influencing Media: Putting digital to work cannot play.      The evening began with cocktails...

Taxation of the digital economy: Tax implications for high-tech and media...

Background to the taxation of digital services As previously reported on MediaWrites (click here), the digital economy has become a concern for tax authorities at...

Translation please: The Audiovisual Media Services Directive to European Convention on...

  Convention The Convention is founded on broadly the same country of origin principle as that which went on to be enshrined in the Television Without...

Public Service Broadcaster prominence in a digital world: Outdated or indispensable?

What is prominence? In short, prominence is the extent to which a platform makes a service or content apparent to consumers. The battle for prominence...

Fair Compensation for Dutch Bestselling Authors

The bestseller-clause On July 1st, 2015, the Copyright Contract Act entered into force in the Netherlands.  This constituted important changes in Dutch copyright contract law....

OTT TV in Germany

Germany is one of the largest TV markets in the world – and a rather peculiar one in some respects. Foreign businesses considering whether...

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