Monthly Archives: February 2012

LG Can Market “Passive” Cinema 3D TVs As Full HD, ASA Rules

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) – the independent regulator of media advertising in the United Kingdom – has this week ruled that LG Electronics can market its Cinema 3D TVs as “Full HD”, but only if the Korean manufacturer states clearly in its advertisements that the effect is achieved via passive 3D system. The adjudication came about following complaints made ... Read More »

Sky To Offer Internet TV Service With No Minimum Contract

An announcement has been made by British media entertainment giant Sky with regards to its plans to allow customers to watch some of its most popular content online. The popularity and growth of internet-connected devices is something that the digital satellite TV broadcaster is keen to take advantage of, and this move will provide benefits and greater choice for customers ... Read More »

BBC iPlayer & ITV Player To Join Sky Anytime+ As Usage Grows

UK media and entertainment giant British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) has this week announced a range of new enhancements that will not only see its Sky Anytime+ on-demand video service reach millions of households across the country, but also provide a much greater choice of programmes for subscribers through the addition of BBC iPlayer and ITV Player. BBC iPlayer & ITV ... Read More »