The future of media and commerce
The future of media and commerce
ISBA launch version two of the Media Services Framework
Two years since ISBA launched its Media Services Framework, they have today released version two.
Premier League rights deal – Sky and BT Sport remain the big players for the next four years. What about the OTT platforms?
It may be of no surprise to the pundits that five of the seven packages of Premier League matches for the 2019 to 2022 seasons have been awarded to Sky and BT Sport, with Sky winning four packages to broadcast 128 matches and BT Sport winning one package to broadcast 32 matches live each season for a total of £4.464bn.
Editorial adjacency: one year on
In an article written last year entitled ‘Protecting against detrimental placement of content online’ for this publication, Tom Guida, Partner and Head of Media and Entertainment at Fieldfisher, argued that advertising/editorial adjacency was a growing issue that deserved greater attention from content creators and advertisers.
Blurred Lines: Augmented Reality in Media and Business
Fieldfisher launches paper on the growth of Augmented Reality and its Impact on the Future of Media and Business
Groundhog Day: Preparing for a WGA Strike
The potential WGA strike provides a good opportunity to review force majeure clauses and attitudes towards them.
Big Data analytics in Europe - the reports of its death are greatly exaggerated
As GDPR is strengthens the rights of individuals in the EUs and becomes more prescriptive about the collection and use of data it doesn't forbid big data. Mark Webber explores the hurdles for businesses and how to handle big data with GDPR.
Datenkartelle, Hate Speech, Fake News – Scheitert der Staat am Internet?
Experten diskutierten bei einem Event der Bucerius Law School & Fieldfisher über Regulierungen im digitalen Markt.
Fieldfisher strengthens Brussels corporate practice with new partner
Fourth corporate partner joins Fieldfisher Brussels
Brexit – the Audiovisual Media Services Directive
As a current Member State of the European Union, the UK regulates audiovisual media services in line with the requirements of the AVMS Directive.
Ofcom reconsiders abolition of ex-ante regulations
Ofcom has recently published a final statement in relation to current market power in the UK broadcast transmission services market.
Case Focus: Hyperlinking and Embedding of Content
The CJEU judgment in GS Media considers whether hyperlinking to freely accessible, but unauthorised content constitutes a "communication to the public" within the meaning of the Infosoc Directive.
Copyright Law Updates
There are a number of recent changes to the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 that will be of interest to readers.
BREXIT: dramatic implications for the media industry?
Following the vote by the UK to leave the EU, we explore some of the implications of Brexit for those in the media industry.
Freedom of Speech v Privacy: a balancing act
With the rapid technological advances of the digital age, doubts have been cast over the viability and sustainability of privacy injunctions.
What is the UK's decision to leave the EU likely to mean for the UK audio-visual sector?
As a result of the Referendum, we must now focus on the direction of travel with the UK leaving the EU.
Rhiannon Kainth and Alex Hooley published 'Premier League rights deal – Sky and BT Sport remain the big players for the next four years. What about the OTT platforms?'
Rhiannon Kainth published 'A new advanced approach - live blocking injunctions – The Football Association Premier League v BT and Others I and II'