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In what the company somewhat euphemistically called a ‘transformational year on many fronts’, Liberty Global has announced disappointing results for 2019 with noticeable falls across major business operations. 

Global telco Orange has reported a strong end to its 2019 fiscal year with growth in revenues and EBITDAaL, buoyed by solid commercial performance in France, and what were said to be excellent results in Africa and the Middle East.
orangeTV 1May2019 landsc
In an appointment that has the most profound significance given the flux of both major parts of the regulator’s remit, the UK’s broadcast and telecommunications regulator Ofcom has announced Dame Melanie Dawes as its new chief executive.

As it continues its ramp up of both products and offers around the world following the mega-merger of its two constituent parts, ViacomCBS Networks has appointed Pierre Cheung to an expanded role as senior vice president and general manager of its Asia operations.

Rise, the advocate group for gender diversity within the broadcast manufacturing and services sector, has launched the third edition of its annual mentoring scheme.

Fears that the new Conservative government would demand a shake up in the BBC and how it runs have been realised after Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan had fired a number of shots across the bows of the corporation warning that changes had to be made in order to stay relevant.
BBCannualplan 25Oct2019
The SVOD market has just had its confirmation that there's a new 800lb gorilla in town as in reporting its first quarter results, The Walt Disney Company has revealed that Disney+ has attracted 26.5 million customers since launch in November 2019.
DIsney 13Nov2019
Three months after a strategic portfolio review leading to the networking and cable products manufacturer deciding to sell the media production and distribution technology line, Belden has divested Grass Valley from its books in a deal with Black Dragon Capital.