3D television programming just inched a little closer to death today.
Have you noticed that the global internet is slowing down as it experiences its “biggest-ever” attack by hackers flooding the web via distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS)?
How is a startup that’s been around for 16 years going to reinvent the IPTV market in North America?
The BBC says attackers are disrupting its Chinese audience from receiving “free access to news and information” by jamming its English radio programming in China.
Finally, someone at a major television network gets it: unreasonably restricting access to great content drives piracy.
Unfortunately, the major television network is in Australia.
The New York Times Company has tapped BBC Director-General Mark Thompson as its new president and CEO after an eight-month search. Can he turn it around?
BBC News in the U.K. has mistakenly used the logo for Halo’s United Nations Space Command during a serious report about the ongoing conflict in Syria.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best games stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
U.K. owners of the streaming media set-top box Roku are getting a significant addition to the available content lineup today with an official BBC iPlayer channel.
Streaming video service Netflix has reached an agreement with BBC Worldwide to bring content to subscribers in Ireland and the UK, the company announced today.
A UK high court today ruled that it would not uphold the libel claims brought against the BBC TV show TopGear by car maker Telsa. For those of you not familiar with TopGear, it features a trio of badly dressed men of a certain age engaged in a series of ever more zany challenges involving cars.
BBC Worldwide launched an iPad app today for its iPlayer streaming media service in 11 Western European countries, with Canada, Australia and the U.S. to follow later this year.