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Vodafone Portugal has launched the linear channel of The QYOU, the entertainment company focused on the curation and programming of short-form video content, on its IPTV service.

Content protection and forensics firm Friend MTS is to launch what it claims is the first technology-led anti-piracy solution specifically designed to tackle the growing threat from illegal IPTV set-top boxes (STBs).
Kevin Bacon may yet continue his ads for EE as BT has revealed the brand will persist in the new organisational structure following its takeover of the telco.

With its digital-first strategy foremost, the BBC has chosen incumbent telco BT to provide it with a new, state-of-the-art network based on internet technologies from April 2017.
Conklin-Intracom has implemented TV anywhere video services at Utah-based Beehive Broadband to support a local university campus.

IPTV operator Korea Telecom (KT) has chosen Ericsson’s AVP 400 MPEG-4 HD system encoders to enable 20 new high definition (HD) channels over the next three years.

Shrugging off a blip in the previous quarter, the global IPTV market recovered in the third quarter of 2015 to record the second highest market advancement in the last 18 months.
2016 looks likely to be the year when adoption of IP-based broadcast technologies accelerates and the ability of the industry to cope with its technical demands seems not to be an issue, says Futuresource Consulting research.