The European Court ruled March 7. 2013, that websites transmitting live TV over the Internet without permission from broadcasters breach copyright.
Tony Ballard, a broadcast lawyer and partner at London law firm Harbottle & Lewis, said the ruling was highly significant....More
Gordon Smith, president and CEO of NAB, last week called on the agency to approve the proposed merger, saying the free market is best suited for satisfying the spectrum demands of wireless carriers....More
The new UK Programme Group for Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) will discuss how to allocate white spaces fairly between rival operators, including DTT and mobile providers, while developing a suitable white space regulatory framework....More
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has issued a preliminary ruling for Free To Air broadcasters to continue showing clips from premium TV football matches to which pay TV operators hold exclusive rights....More
The NAB and key wireless carriers, including AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Intel and Qualcomm, have agreed on several core principles for reorganizing TV and wireless operations in the 600MHz band after the spectrum auctions....More