Earlier this month the European General Court upheld a ruling in Sky's favour, deeming that Sky and Skype's respective brand names sounded too similar and may lead to 'customer confusion'. This is the latest in a 10 year legal battle over Skype's right to have the word 'Sky' within their name.
Whilst I'm not a fan of positive discrimination, women's sport needs a platform to highlight its achievements and to encourage change. The recipients of next week's awards are the trailblazers that will get us there. Maybe in the future we won't need women's only sport awards, but right now without it some of
SAN FRANCISCO -- Earlier this year, UK satellite TV and telco giant BSkyB set up an outpost in Silicon Valley, hoping to
LONDON -- If every TV ad campaign can be individually targeted, what good is fixed ad pricing anymore? UK satellite and telco
LONDON -- Don't expect TV advertising to die a death any time soon - but get set for online ad techniques to take the medium
The only dilemma is that this time never comes. As the unwatched programmes you've saved gradually mount up, you realise that you only have 5% of space left. This leaves you with the excruciating predicament of what to delete.
The UK may not have a joint "TV Everywhere" initiative like that in the US - but subscription satellite TV and broadband
Broadcaster BSkyB is in talks over a deal that will expand its pay TV empire in Europe through the acquisition of Sky Deutschland
Apart from the news plurality issue, a new takeover bid would raise other issues.... A wholly owned Sky will give Murdoch more leverage for cross-promotion across his empire, thereby entrenching his competitive advantage and further reducing the number of alternative voices.
Currently I'm a Virgin man, so BT is beamed in at no extra cost to the deal I'm on - but if BT declare they are cutting the chord to Europe's top competition, then I would reconsider jumping ship to the new kid on the block. Maybe. Sorry Mr. Branson - I don't owe you anything.