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    Freeview to push content to PVRs

    Freeview is planning to extend its personal video recorder (PVR) services with a "best of Freeview TV" system.
    General manager Ilse Howling said it would push the most popular preview shows onto PVRs and more detailed plans will be released next month.
    "It is about giving people value, giving them more TV in a way," she commented. "We want to give people the kind of content they want to watch because many people miss programmes."
    Howling said it was the beginning of a planned development of digital terrestrial into more adventurous areas.
    It is looking at working with Kangaroo, a joint video on demand project from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, IPTV service BT Vision, Setanta and Orange's upcoming television service.
    She said: "We have an incredibly powerful installed base where we are the primary TV set or the second or the third set and that provides a powerful basis as a springboard for how Freeview evolves."
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    Belsat TV prepares for launch

    More details continue to emerge about Belsat TV, a new channel operated by the Polish public broadcaster TVP and aimed at Belarus. It will, according to local sources, officially make its debut this coming Monday (December 12) as an unencrypted service delivered by both Astra and Sirius. Initially, it will be on air – in test mode – for three hours daily, with this eventually rising to 16 hours.
    Its programming will be produced in Poland, Lithuania and by journalists based in Belarus itself, targeting the (approximately) 5-7% homes in Belarus that have satellite dishes. Belsat TV has already secured PLN16 million (€4.47 million) in funding from the Polish state and an unspecified amount from Lithuania. It also hopes to receive assistance from the US, Czech Republic and the EU.
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    Windows Vista - why you shouldn't skip it

    Could it be more perilous not to upgrade?
    Planning to skip Windows Vista altogether and wait for Microsoft's next operating system instead?
    For some companies it's a tempting option - but they need to consider it carefully or they could be end up feeling some pain down the line, according to analyst group Gartner.
    It said companies have "significantly delayed" the start of their Windows Vista migrations, with most now planning to begin deployment in late-2008 or even 2009, making some think of skipping Vista altogether. And two-thirds of silicon.com readers in a recent poll said their organisations will never move onto XP's successor.

    Vista: all the coverage...

    1. Vista: Piracy rates half the level of XP, says Microsoft
    2. Vista not grabbing businesses... yet
    3. Microsoft still bullish about Windows Vista
    4. Poll: In a fight between Vista, OS X, Linux, XP...
    5. One year on: XP still outshining Vista
    6. Vista - businesses not convinced
    7. Vista - when will business take the plunge?
    8. Gates: Vista selling faster than XP
    9. Tesco.com takes stock with Windows Vista
    10. CIO Jury: IT chiefs not yet planning for Windows Vista
    But Gartner research VP Michael Silver warns the next version of Windows - codenamed Windows 7 - may also suffer from the delays that dogged Vista and be just as difficult to adopt.

    The Gartner research warned: "Organisations that tried to skip Windows 98, Windows 2000 and Windows XP often had ISV support issues and a difficult and often-rushed or forced migration. Organisations that try to skip Windows Vista are likely to undergo the same perils."
    For example, while Microsoft will support business versions of Windows for at least 10 years and Windows XP will be supported with security fixes into 2014, many software vendors won't support their products on Windows XP that long and won't support new versions of their software on older operating systems.
    For Windows XP, software suppliers will probably start dropping support in early 2010, and by 2012 it will be common for software vendors not to support Windows XP for their new versions or applications.
    Gartner also warned while Microsoft said it would deliver Windows 7 about three years after Vista shipped, "Microsoft's track record for shipping new versions of Windows is not good", pointing to delays with both Windows 2000 and Vista.
    If the next version of Windows - likely to be a fairly major release - ships late then companies trying to skip Vista will end up running large numbers of Windows XP PCs longer than they would like, and are likely to be forced to adopt Windows 7 before their vendors all support it.
    For companies struggling to build a business case for upgrading to Vista, the analyst house suggests bringing in the new operating system on new hardware only - whch means it could take a three or four-year hardware replacement cycle to eliminate an old OS and bring in a new one.
    But it also said skipping Windows Vista might be the right decision for smaller organisations because they don't have the scale to support multiple OSs on an ongoing basis, making a wholescale 'forklift' migration project more efficient.
    The advice is also that larger organisations with lots of in-house developed applications should consider forklift deployments, because their developers would be responsible for supporting all homegrown applications on multiple OSs, which would "greatly increase application development costs".
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    EchoStar To Officially Become Dish Network

    EchoStar Communications filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday to officially change its name to Dish Network Corp., a move that reflects its plans to split into two separate companies.
    EchoStar announced in September its intention to split into two separate entities – one to hold its Dish Network satellite TV assets and the other, dubbed EchoStar Holding Corp., to hold its broadcast satellite receiver, antennae and commercial satellite lines of business and assets, which currently operate under the “EchoStar” name. EchoStar currently markets its satellite TV service under the “Dish Network” moniker. Sling Media, maker of the Slingbox, a device that allows subscribers to view cable and satellite programming away from their homes on their personal computers – also is expected to be included in EchoStar Holding.
    EchoStar agreed in September to purchase Sling Media for $380 million in cash and stock options, completing the deal the following month.
    It is expected that once the spin is completed – no date for that has been set as of yet – EchoStar Holding will receive all rights to the trade name and trademark EchoStar and will subsequently change its name to EchoStar Communications Corp.
    The split does not need shareholder approval because EchoStar’s largest stockholder – chairman Charlie Ergen, who controls 50.3% of EchoStar’s common stock and more than 90% of the company’s vote – has already signed off in favor of the deal.
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    Globo TV Sports Clinches European Renewal for Brazilian Football

    Eastern European broadcaster TV Kosava has renewed its agreement with Globo TV Sports, picking up the 2008 season of Brazilian Magic Football along with a range of other Brazilian football programming.
    The package for Brazilian Magic Football includes 82 live games from the Brazilian National and São Paulo championships, the main football championships in Brazil. The renewal follows the success of the 2007 season on TV Kosava. TV Kosava has also expanded its coverage. In addition to Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Bulgaria, viewers in Albania and Montenegro will also be able to watch the games via TV Kosava.
    Besides Brazilian Magic Football, TV Kosava has also renewed the broadcast rights for the 26-minute weekly show FootBrazil, which brings behind-the-scenes, line-ups, training and interviews with the players. The package includes 46 programs per year.
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    BBC promises 'New multimedia era for Arab audiences'

    Speaking at a special reception to mark the 70th anniversary of BBC Arabic in Cairo, Hosam El Sokkari, Head of BBC Arabic, has promised a number of new multimedia services for Arab audiences, includes a television news and information channel which will launch in the New Year.
    "BBC Arabic may be 70-years-old but we are on the brink of a new, modern era for our audiences. BBC Arabic is no longer just a radio and online provider. We are now a fully integrated news and information service for the Arab world.
    "We will reach audiences on radio, television, the internet via bbcarabic.com, mobiles and handheld computers—in whatever way best suits the audience. We are already well known and trusted across the region for our 24-hour, seven days a week news and information programming."
    The event also marked the 75th anniversary of BBC World Service. The international broadcaster launched on 19 December 1932 with an English language service for listeners across the British Empire.
    BBC Arabic became its first language service, launching on 3 January 1938, and is the the biggest of the BBC's non-English language services.
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    20+year life satellites on way


    Both Eutelsat and SES delivered extremely upbeat presentations at a recent Morgan Stanley Investor Conference in Barcelona.

    Headline news from Eutelsat’s CEO Giuliano Berretta was that (1) satellites are getting more reliable, and (2) in-orbit lifetimes are now improving. Berretta aid there was a strong likelihood of a satellite’s typical orbital life extending beyond today’s typical 15 years to 20 years “within the next five years”.

    Organisers Morgan Stanley, in a subsequent note, stated that this is “extremely positive” news for both Eutelsat and SES – and by implication anyone else in the satellite operational business – although less good news for the sat-builders. “[This news] would mathematically reduce normalised replacement capex requirements, and also result in lower depreciation long term (and boost EPS),” said the bank’s report.

    Berretta highlighted one of satellite’s forgotten attributes – they are as green as grass, once you disregard the immense discharge of rocket fuel upon launch. Satellites for the subsequent 15-20+ years of their lives depend on solar power and do not have the huge power demands of terrestrial TV transmission, or even ADSL. Berretta said he believed over time there would be a greater appreciation of a satellite’s environmental benefits.

    Berretta also told the 700 or so investment delegates that it was very much interested in further Merger & Acquisition opportunities, provided they made sense.

    SES CEO Romain Bausch (and CFO Mark Rigolle) talked optimistically. The duo were helped by news of the successful launch Nov 17-18 of Sirius-4 for SES Sirius, and allowed SES to bring into play its latest DTH client, South Africa-based OnDigitalMedia (ODM). SES has a 19.43% stake in ODM, looked after locally by Steve Rich, SES’ man in Johannesburg. Sirius-4 will locate at 5 deg East.

    Bausch and Rigolle were also helped by news that SES Americom had just signed up its first ‘Tier 1’ US telco (AT&T) to its powerful IP Prime product (“an undiscovered gem” according to Morgan Stanley’s Sarah Simon). As Morgan Stanley put it: “This is a very strong endorsement of the IP Prime product, which is now operating with two Tier 3 telcos, has six publicly signed to launch shortly, more to come after that and two Tier 2 telcos also set to launch service. AT&T as a Tier 1 customer obviously represents significant potential given that IP Prime is charged on a per channel/per subscriber basis.”

    The conference had already heard from BSkyB boss James Murdoch that the earlier news that there was to be a freeze on new channels to the Sky Digital platform was “not permanent”. That is good news, although SES Astra is well hedged for the UK market thanks to its 28.2 slot and the deal with the BBC and ITV-backed Freesat joint-venture which kicks in about March 2008, and can take any number of channels, whether HD, standard definition, or radio-type services.

    Bausch also spoke about SES’ relationship with Echostar. Morgan Stanley said in their note: “Management sees very limited impact from Spin-co - SES’ AMC15 and AMC16 are in Spin co, but the yet to be launched AMC14, Ciel and Quetzsat satellites will be in the core DISH business. CEO also noted that the Echostar strategy on IPTV is unlikely to impact IP Prime given the former has only just launched and is not pursuing a white label strategy (as IP Prime does). Echostar is seeking to have subscriber relationship with VIPTV customers, and this could put off telcos/others from taking the service versus IP Prime.”

    The bankers had earlier given a positive response to the UK’s television regulator Ofcom’s endorsement of HDTV being delivered terrestrially in Britain, and how this would benefit satellites, and SES in particular. The reason given is that once the mainstream network channels move to terrestrial HD – and there’s now a road map in place – “the public is likely to become increasingly used to the upgraded standard (as happened in the shift from black & white to colour),” says the investment bank.

    “The more the public demands HD, the more the number of channels that are likely to offer an HD version. This should stimulate clear demand for satellite capacity at 28.2E, SES’ UK orbital position,” says the report. It continues: “A similar process is ongoing in France, where the CSA is in the process of determining which broadcaster will get capacity to broadcast in HD. Again, we think the launch of HD by the free-to-air broadcasters, rather than pay-TV alone, will stimulate the creation of more and more HD channels. Good news for 19.2E.” Both 28.2 And 19.2 degrees East are SES orbital locations.

    Morgan Stanley’s note states: “We note that, while Freeview will always have limited capacity, and thus will permit only a relatively small number of HD channels (even after analogue switch-off, which will free up more capacity), this is not the case for satellite, which effectively has unlimited capacity. So, while channels may not be able to launch an HD version on digital terrestrial (Freeview), they should certainly be able to do so on satellite. We also believe that, in order to extract maximum financial benefits from the incremental investment in HD programming, all channels launching HD on the DTT platform will wish to have satellite and cable distribution as well.”
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    Sky Italia refuses Euro2008 sublicence deal

    Game over. There is no more time to negotiate a deal between RAI and Sky Italia for rights to the Euro 2008 tournament, according to David Taylor, secretary general of UEFA.
    Italian public broadcaster RAI and digital-satellite pay-TV operator Sky Italia have been talking about RAI sublicensing the rights for some time but have failed to reach an agreement.
    RAI acquired in 2005 the whole package of 31 matches on an exclusive basis for free TV. The broadcaster has lately obtained from UEFA the go-ahead to redistribute some of the matches to pay-TV, on other platforms including satellite or digital-terrestrial television.
    The original deal between RAI and UEFA was valued at a total of EUR114 million, an increase of 67% from 2004’s EUR68 million and almost nine times the price for the year 2000 edition (EUR13 million).
    Managing director of the Rome based company, Claudio Cappon, had been trying in the latest weeks to ink a sublicense deal with Sky in order to reduce the cost of the rights acquisition. RAI proposed that Sky Italia to acquire the distribution license on payTV of 12 matches for a total of EUR47 million.
    The team of Sky Italia, led by CEO Tom Mockridge refused to sign such an agreement. Instead, they suggested the deal reproduce the model adopted for the latest 2006 World Cup with only the matches of the Italian team simulcast on RAI and the whole tournament available only to Sky digital TV subscribers. That clearly was not to RAI’s taste.
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    Sogecable, Antena 3 support pay DTT

    As the weeks go on there are more voices supporting pay DTT in Spain, with Sogecable and Grupo Planeta's Antena 3 now declaring they too are in favour of this option.
    Sogecable and Antena 3 join new company Dahlia TV, producer Mediapro, technological enterprise Sidsa and even the Government, all of whom have taken sides in favor of a pay-TV package on Spanish DTT.
    Maurizio Carlotti, Antena 3's general manager, said recently that he did not see any reason why Spanish DTT shouldn't also be pay because according to him the DTT business model could not support itself solely through an in-the-clear model. "The DTT incomes must come from the families," he stated.
    Carlotti also declared that there is a trend in Spain towards paying for watching television.
    Meanwhile, Carlos Abad, Sogecable's general director, said that if Spain opts for pay DTT his company will be present in this model. In fact, Sogecable is preparing itself for this possibility.
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    Spain has 7 million DTT boxes

    According to the latest figures from Impulsa TDT, Spain has now reached 7 million DTT boxes.
    This number could increase by another two million units over the next three months – the Christmas sales period. In October, sales of DTT equipments reached an historical maximum of monthly sales of 471,992 units.
    The start of Impulsa TDT's new advertising campaign on November 21 under the slogan “And you what are you waiting for?” foresees sales of 2 million boxes for the next three months according to the official association for the promotion of Spanish DTT.
    Integrated TV sets are leading the equipments, representing 61% of total sales in 2007. Nevertheless, in October, the sales of external decoders increased 8.4% in relation to the previous month.
    As for buildings adapted Impulsa TDT said the percentage is now 47% of buildings with three or more homes. Andrés Armas Impulsa TDT's general director said: "It is essential the demand of equipments on the user's side rolls increasingly but not with too much speed since if the adaptation of the buildings comes too late the telecommunication installers will be overwhelmed and this would affect their attendance to the public."
    DTT channels share of viewing was of 9% of total TV consumption in November. In fact the daily average contact was 4.5 million watchers – some 300,000 more than in the previous month.
    The region of Madrid tops the list of regions watching most DTT with nearly one million viewers a day. Next is Andalucía wth some 900,000 daily viewers, and Cataluña, surpassing 700,000.
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    Eutelsat and SES in 7 East power struggle

    SES and Eutelsat are in dispute over the use of satellites around 5 and 7 degrees East. The dispute centres on the Eutelsat W3A satellite, located at 7 degrees East, and which SES says is in breach of existing regulations.
    In recent weeks two blank carriers have appeared on Astra 1C, currently in inclined orbit at 5 degrees East and otherwise out of service. However, rather than just stake out the Luxembourg operator’s claim to that part of the orbital arc, interference has also spilt over to the neighbouring Eutelsat W3A at 7 degrees East and the BFBS transmissions to British forces overseas on 11324 V.
    An SES spokesman denied there was any malicious intent in the transmissions. “For a number of years, the transmissions have been exceeding the permitted power levels towards the coverage area legally assigned to SES Sirius,” he told Broadband TV News.
    However, while admitting that power levels from Eutelsat W3A were in excess of recommended limits, a spokeswoman for Eutelsat said the company was following procedures laid down by the ITU and had made active proposals to SES. “The recommendations of the ITU is that operators make their best efforts to resolve this issue and that is precisely what we are doing at the moment,” she said. “We don’t see the need for any difficulties in resolving the issue.”
    The issue has come to a head because of the planned deployment of the recently launched Sirius 4, currently undergoing in orbit testing, before being moved to the established 5 degrees East position. It should also be noted in May Eutelsat deployed its new Eurobird satellite to the neighbouring 4 degrees East.
    Eutelsat said that the French authorities, which manage Eutelsat’s orbital allocations on behalf of the Paris-based operator, had given no indication that Eutelsat was operating W3A on any unauthorised frequencies. They also said the co-ordination agreement for satellites at 4 and 7 degrees East had been signed between Eutelsat and SES Sirius forerunner NSAB as long ago as 1997 and sanctioned by the national regulatory authorities of France and Sweden.
    Diplomatic relations between Astra and Eutelsat are otherwise cordial. Only a week ago Eutelsat CEO Giuliano Berretta met his Astra counterpart Romain Bausch to discuss their joint mobile TV venture.
    Both sides say they are keen to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
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    New Satellite for Mexican and Brazilian TV

    Sky Mexico, the satellite TV unit of media company Grupo Televisa SAB (TV), and Brazilian satellite television concern Sky Brasil Servicos Ltda said Wednesday they signed an agreement with Intelsat Corporation to build and launch a new satellite in 2009.
    In a press release, the companies said the 24-transponder satellite, with an estimated 15-year life, will be used for Sky Mexico and Sky Brasil television service.
    The satellite will double the current capacity of Sky Mexico, which said it plans to use the addition capacity for high-definition and other value-added services.
    The satellite is expected to be launched in the fourth quarter of 2009.
    Sky Mexico is a joint-venture of Televisa and DirecTV Group Inc. (DTV), and Sky Brazil is a joint-venture of DirecTV and Brazil's Globo Comunicacoes e Participacoes.
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    TV Vlaanderen boosts thematic offer

    The Belgian DTH operator TV Vlaanderen has launched its new bouquet of thematic channels on the Astra position at 23.5 degrees East. In conjunction with its Dutch sister company Canal Digitaal Satelliiet, a new thematic package is availabl,e offering Discovery Science, Discover Travel & Living, National Geographic Wild, the Flemish lifestyle channel Vitaliteit, Playboy TV and, for a one month trial period, E! Entertainment.
    Sometime next year the line-up of channels will be augmented with the MGM Movie Channel. This is the Dutch version, which originated from Chellomedia’s Digital Media Centre in Amsterdam. Although no official announcement has been made, it is believed the movie channel will also be part of the Canal Digitaal Satelliiet offer.
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    AB Group launches rival to Canal+

    AB Group has launched its previously-announced satellite pay-TV platform, bringing back up to two the number French consumers have to choose from.
    It seems like only yesterday that Vivendi/Canal Plus managed to solve the problem of a second pay-TV platform in France by merging with TPS (Television par Satellite). Now AB-Sat has launched a fresh attempt at securing pay-TV viewers.
    The “Bis” (meaning alternate or second) low-cost bundle launched in Paris on December 5 (and going live on December 10) sees a bouquet of national and digital terrestrial channels offered up for a modest €4.90 a month. Extra options including film channels can send the bill up to €13.90 a month, but still temptingly bargain-basement prices compared to Cana'lsatellite.
    The theory is that the offer is cheap enough to bring in tens of thousands of viewers who, for whatever reason, have yet to select satellite despite having poor local terrestrial reception.
    AB Group has selected Eutelsat (Canal Plus uses SES) and two of Eutelsat’s positions, its important hot bird spot at 13 deg East, and also the Atlantic Bird 3 slot at 5 deg West, which has always been popular for analogue transmission of France’s national channels. Eutelsat says there are 2m homes viewing from this position, and means that while these viewers will have to invest in a new set-top box there’s no need to reposition the dish antenna.
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    Neo Sports plans to launch in US, Europe next year

    Neo Sports is looking to expand its global footprint. It plans to launch in the US and Europe next year.
    Neo is evaluating different partners like Echostar, DirecTV, Comcast and Time Warner in the US. There are also IPTV platforms emerging in that country.
    As far as the US is concerned, Neo wants the launch to coincide with a series. "South Africa play against India in March-April 2008. England play against us from September - October 2008," says Nimbus senior VP - international and syndication Vikram Das.
    Neo will next target Europe with England as the key market. Das says that the channel has also received inquiries from operators in France and Germany.
    Das says that the channel is present in half a million homes overseas. It is present in the Middle East on Pehla's Arab Digital Distribution platform, in Hong Kong on I Cable, in Singapore on Starhub, in Japan on the Hum Tum online platform and in New Zealand on One B.
    The launch in the US will help Neo double its overseas subscription, says Das. Neo is expecting a 30-40 per cent growth in the coming year from its existing partners.
    "About 20-25 per cent of our distribution revenue comes from abroad. We also do ad sales in the Middle East. So this region contributes 50 per cent of our overseas revenue," Das says.
    Neo did a contest around the India Pakistan series for Pehla. 12 winners were brought down to watch the Jaipur match.
    "This is an important market for Indian channels. We are in 200,000 homes on Pehla. By being aggressive about the Pakistan series we were able to add 50,000 homes. We are now looking to do ad sales for Hong Kong and Singapore. Here the two markets could be combined as one," says Das.
    Meanwhile quoting Tam data SEC A,B,C males 15+ the channel says that for the week 11-17 November 2007 it was ahead of the other sports channels in terms of share. On the back of India cricket Neo Sports Plus which offers a language feed, is in third position behind its sibling and Ten Sports. The two Nimbus channels have a share of 72 per cent. Viewers spent an average of 46 minutes on Neo Sports and four minutes on its sibling.
    Nimbus also claims that its two channels have reached a subscriber level of close to 100 per cent in states such as Rajasthan, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Orissa and close to 75 per cent in Mumbai, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.
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