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In an exclusive interview with EurActiv, Simon Fell, Director of Technology and Innovation for the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) said that the change in radio frequencies for mobile operators could hit major spectacles like the Eurovision Song Contest and the World Cup.
In a better than expected rise in pre-tax profits, ITV has seen a 40% boost to £250m in the six months of the year. Total revenues at the broadcaster were up 6% to £1.3bn.
These results come just two weeks after Liberty Global bought a 6.4% stake in the company from BSkyB. Online, pay and interactive revenues were up 20% to £67m, with ITV saying that it had seen further strong growth in long form video requests, up 20%.
Software engineer for DTG members BT, Bobby Moss, has won the annual RTS Young Technologist Award.
Moss is currently working on a project to support the diagnostic work of BT TV engineers. Chair of the RTS Young Technologist Award jury Terry Marsh said: "The jury felt Bobby stood out as an impressive ideas person who quickly implemented innovative ways to support the business." The award is given in honour of engineer AM Beresford-Cooke.