Some of you may be aware of the noise around the BBC’s latest foray into digital land, iPlayer. iPlayer is a (free) PC-based service that allows users who have missed episodes or shows on the BBC channels to view
One of the things that always struck me with the French broadband market is how immature it tends to be when it comes to segmentation. When Free launched their offer in 2003 they had a Henry Ford-esque one size fits
It had to happen, it did sooner rather than later. Canal+ is threatening to sue Free over the broadcast of Canal+ owned programs on the TV Perso service. On July 6th (less than a week after the service was launched),
So I’ve had a few days to navigate and explore Free’s new service TV Perso. While I’m enjoying the (hopefully) mild weather in Cochabamba, here’s a post about it I prepared earlier!
First of all, the ergonomy of the
There’s a war currently being waged between France Telecom and Canal + here in France on access to content (See a pair of articles in La Tribune dated June 12th). Canal + is a French TV conglomerate who are both
A couple of weeks back I was lucky enough to host a very interesting debate on the future of the music industry. One of the conclusions of the debate shared by all participants was that the death of the historical