BT have been taking people to the Isle of Wight during Cowes week with rather enjoyable sailing events both for press, customers and as team building events. Of course they also sponsor the Island’s sailing wunderkind Dame Ellen Macarthur through, BT Team Ellen. Well it looks like the Island has really got under their skin, … Continue reading BT Sponsor Isle of Wight Festival 2008
More retail big boys look to cut themselves a slice of the growing film download market.
I suspect that you’re not going to be surprised to hear that the local paper for Whitehaven is called the Whitehaven News. It may surprise you that they’ve has been knocking out news stories since 1852 – making it all the more incredible that it’s now at the leading the charge for digital Switchover in … Continue reading UK Analogue Switch Off: Whitehaven Diaries 2
The latest results results from Virgin Media, Q2 2007, show that they’ve lost 40,000 cable TV subscribers. The most likely reasons – the loss of Sky TV programming, following their spat with Sky. To rub salt into the wounds, Sky gain 90,000 TV customer over the same period.
The festive season starts early atop the landmark London tower.
At long last – after a _very_ long period of beta and a whole lot more talking, the BBC have given 27 July as the date of release.
DS2 have run test to find the delivery of IPTV over PLC 200Mbps beats WiFi by a factor of four.
Sky has made the decision to scrap the subscription charge for the Sky+ PVR service starting 1 July 2007. Since its inception in 2001, Sky has been charging users of the Sky+ service £10 per month to keep using it, this includes receiving the EPG information, required to drive the service.
The push-VoD part of this news is sort of interesting. The real story is how enhanced interactive TV will become.
Desperate to see the TV show that you missed when the PVR played up last night. If it was on Channel 4, you can now pay to see it.