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AlixPartners LLP | USA | 17 Jan 2024

Wholesale distribution will fuel subscriber growth for streaming services

Even with the growth of streaming, a future model to replace the highly profitable Pay TV structure has yet to take shape in a way that satisfies…
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Lexology PRO | India | 20 Jul 2023

Disney wins temporary relief in row over Google’s billing policy

Google must refrain from removing Disney’s streaming service from its application marketplace and accept a lower 4% fee for in-app purchases, an Indian court has held in an interim order.
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Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 19 May 2023

Online Streaming Act Receives Royal Assent Triggering Regulation of Online Streaming Services under Canada’s Broadcasting Regulatory System

On April 27, 2023, Bill C-11, An Act to amend the Broadcasting Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 1 May 2023

Does the NCC's draft OTT legislation sufficiently protect IP rights?

In 2020, the National Communications Commission issued a draft of a law to regulate over-the-top service providers in Taiwan. Though well intentioned, the draft immediately sparked controversy: it fails to properly take into account the workings and regulatory requirements of IP infringement cases in practice. This article examines the issues raised.
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Gün + Partners | Turkey | 1 Mar 2023

Amendment to Press Labour Law: who is considered a journalist?

Under Turkish law, journalists are subject to the Press Labour Law, which sets out the terms and conditions of their employment. The Press Labour Law was recently amended: now, those working on intellectual and artistic works at internet news sites for a salary will be considered journalists and enjoy the rights granted to journalists under the law.
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 17 Feb 2023

Government publishes research led by CDEI into impact of streaming services' algorithms on music consumption

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee published its report following the inquiry into the economics of music streaming, which included various recommendations to the government. The government recently asked the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation to lead on conducting further research in this area.
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Lee Tsai & Partners | China | 30 Sep 2022

Compliance Guidelines for Live Streaming Marketing Activities in Shanghai

On July 8, 2022, the Shanghai Municipal Administration for Market Regulation issued the Compliance Guidelines for Live Streaming Marketing Activities…
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Lee Tsai & Partners | China | 30 Sep 2022

上海市網路直播行銷活動合規指引

2022年7月8日上海市市場監督管理局發佈了《上海市網路直播行銷活動合規指引》(下稱《指引》),自發佈之日起實施,主要內容如下: 一、總則…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Austria, Central & South America, etc. | 17 Aug 2022

Competition and antitrust: key compliance updates (21 Jul – 17 Aug)

China’s Antimonopoly Law takes effect, Meta is accused of “buying its way to the top” of the VR market, and New Zealand allows news outlets to negotiate content access with digital platforms – plus other key updates.
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 22 Jul 2022

Ofcom seeks views on levelling TV advertising rules across PSB and on-demand/streaming channels

Ofcom is seeking evidence to help determine whether there is a need to reform rules that restrict the amount of advertising shown on public service broadcaster (PSB) TV channels. As Ofcom set out in its review of public service media "Small Screen: Big Debate", advertising regulation is an important area affecting the financial sustainability of PSBs. Against this backdrop, Ofcom says that it......
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