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Local London-based television channel London Live applied for a bid to change its licence which would have seen a cut in its London related programming from 18 to 8 hours a day. Ofcom ruled that this reduction would have 'substantially altered' output and has rejected the bid.
Fransat from France, Freesat from the UK and Tivusat from Italy have formed the FreeTV Alliance to aid manufacturers in developing innovative products and to assist broadcatsers and content providers to deploy hybrid TV services. The FreeTV Alliance was launched at thisa year's IBC.
The bid by Britain's BSkyB to create a multinational pay TV network by taking control of its sister companies in Italy and Germany has been accepted by the European Union's antitrust authority.
The executive commission didn't feel as though the transaction wouldn't hinder competition because the companies are serving currently serving separate markets with a language barrier.