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  • Canal+ dominates Vivendi results 22nd Oct 2021
    After spinning off Universal Music, Canal+ is now Vivendi’s biggest unit and it contributed most of a 10 per cent YoY revenue boost to €2.48 billion for the first nine months of its financial year. Q3 sales were €1.47 billion with a highlight a 35 per cent increase at Studiocanal. Domestic French revenue was €2.29 […]
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  • Eutelsat: “UHD key differentiator” 22nd Oct 2021
    Eutelsat, in its latest blog, written prior to the announced departure of Rodolphe Belmer, says that Ultra-high definition (UHD) provides many advantages for content-makers and broadcasters, and is important to the satellite industry. One extremely important benefit in the need for UHD is in viewer retention, says the item. “While SDTV used to be the […]
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  • SES-17 launch delayed 22nd Oct 2021
    The launch of SES-17 has been delayed. Arianespace says investigations are ongoing in order to identify a new launch date from its Kourou spaceport. The Ariane 5 launch vehicle and spacecraft SES-17 and fellow passenger SYRACUSE 4A are in stable and safe conditions on the launch pad, says Arianespace. SYRACUSE-4A is a military satellite for […]
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  • Sky Studios Elstree kicks off recruitment drive 22nd Oct 2021
    In a boost to the UK creative sector, Sky Studios Elstree, Sky’s new state-of-the-art film and TV studio, has kicked off a recruitment drive for a range of new roles as it readies for opening early in 2022. First announced in late 2019 and granted planning permission in summer 2020, the new 27.5 acre site […]
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  • Atresmedia doubles profits 22nd Oct 2021
    Spanish TV group Atresmedia, owner among others of Antena 3 TV and La Sexta, has doubled its profit to €79.9 million in the nine months to September versus €39.9 million the same period last year. EBITDA was €120.3 million, up 64.4 per cent versus the same period last year with net revenues increasing by 14.6 […]
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