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Format: 2014-10
Format: 2014-10
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BT management changes: exit Ben Verwaayen, enter Ian Livingston

BT announced on 8th April that Ian Livingston, currently CEO of BT Retail, will replace Ben Verwaayen as group CEO on 1st June. The Managing Director of BT Retail’s Consumer division, Gavin Patterson, will replace Ian Livingston at the helm of BT Retail. We expect John Petter to take Gavin’s place at the Consumer division

Telecoms April 2008 Access this report

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H3G H1 2007 results: slow improvements, unreasonable expectations

H3G Group’s growth continued to slow in H2 2007, and it is now growing at just 6%, versus 10% 6 months ago, with falling ARPU combining with static subscriber net additions

Mobile, Telecoms April 2008 Access this report

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GCap Media: one previous owner, needs serious attention

This report examines the proposed acquisition of GCap Media by Global Radio for £375 million which, if successful, will signal the end of a commercial radio giant that, in its brief three-year existence, succeeded in destroying considerable shareholder value and dragging down the rest of the sector. It will also signal the transfer of the most significant portfolio of commercial radio real estate from public to private ownership.

Media, Music and Radio April 2008 Access this report

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UK broadband market Q4 2007

Broadband market growth continues to fall and was below 20% for the first time in Q4 2007. Household penetration hit 56%. BSkyB dominated net additions, increasing its market share to 7.8% after 18 months of operation

Fixed line, Telecoms April 2008 Access this report

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Mobile revenue growth: December 2007 quarter and outlook

Reported revenue growth among operators in the top 5 European markets continues to be adversely affected by the regulatory ‘triple whammy’ of regulation (termination, roaming and Bersani), with reported growth of 1.3% comparing to underlying growth of 5.6%

Mobile, Non-UK Telecoms, Telecoms March 2008 Access this report

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Mobile advertising: progress on a small scale

Mobile advertising has progressed well in recent months in terms of expanding trials, building experience and case study evidence, and selling the medium to advertisers

Mobile, Telecoms March 2008 Access this report

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UK Commercial Radio Q4 2007

UK commercial radio revenues increased by 7.1% in Q4 2007 year-on-year, driven by strong growth from national advertisers, while full-year 2007 revenues increased by 2.8% to £598.2 million

Media, Music and Radio March 2008 Access this report

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Can TF1 meet its 2012 Ebitda target?

To encourage investors, TF1 announced continued diversification of group revenues from reliance on the flagship TF1 channel, and an increase in group Ebitda from 16% in 2007 to 20% in ‘4-5 years’. Accelerating audience share decline at the TF1 channel indicates that new programming is also urgently required to maintain TF1’s ‘premium’ for advertisers

Media, TV, Non-UK Media March 2008 Access this report

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BT Retail telephony pricing: ringing the changes

BT Retail’s fixed-line telephony packages are now amongst the most attractive in the market following a third price change in two years. Attractive headline prices have been balanced by less obvious price rises elsewhere

Fixed line, Telecoms March 2008 Access this report

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ITV FY 2007 results: turnaround in a fog

Disappointing headline figures showing a 35% drop in pre-tax profits largely reflect exceptional and non-core items, in particular the fallout from the phone-in scandals that occurred in 2007

Media, TV March 2008 Access this report

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Web TV: much hoopla, little moola

Early figures from the BBC show promising take-up of iPlayer, its web TV application to deliver BBC TV shows. More than 2 million people watched an average of just over one show per week in January, representing about 1.6% of TV viewing amongst iPlayer users

Media, TV, Internet March 2008 Access this report

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Virgin Media Q4 2007 results: cable OCF growing but still fragile

Growth in ARPU is reinforcing the impact of improving cable subscriber growth, but revenue remains in decline, year-on-year

Media, TV, Fixed line, Telecoms March 2008 Access this report

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France Télécom’s fixed line revenue returns to growth

Following years of decline, France Télécom’s revenue from its fixed line business (‘Home France’) rose €248 million in 2007. Rising retail and wholesale broadband revenue (plus WLR) more than offset falling line rental and call revenue for the first time

Fixed line, Telecoms February 2008 Access this report

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The internet... on your mobile?

Dramatic growth in datacards and Blackberry users has fuelled excitement that the mobile internet is finally arriving to the mass market, even though these remain largely business devices

Media, Mobile, Internet, Telecoms February 2008 Access this report

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The Setanta Question

Setanta is the subject of takeover speculation and this report considers the opportunity, the challenge, and the risks that a purchase represents. Setanta's ownership of live televised rights to premium UK football content tantalises potential investors, but they will need to assess the cost of hanging on to those rights at the next auction in 2009. Potential bidders include ITV, Virgin Media, BT and ESPN, with a fifth, unnamed bidder in the background

Media, TV February 2008 Access this report

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Yahoo!: acquisition by Microsoft most probable outcome

Microsoft’s $44.6 billion offer for Yahoo! represents the software giant’s last opportunity to compete with Google in the rapidly growing market for online advertising, which is forecast to double to $80 billion within three years

Media, Internet February 2008 Access this report

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Sky ITV Appeal?

This report examines whether Sky has grounds to appeal the decision by the Competition Commission requiring Sky to partly divest its ITV stake. The deadline for Sky's decision on appeal is 25th February. Bearing in mind that the CC has a good track record on fighting appeals, this report identifies two potential grounds for appeal that could prove fruitful for Sky to appeal. If Sky does appeal, and we suspect it will, the uncertainty weighing on ITV's share price will continue for some time yet

Media, TV February 2008 Access this report

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French football rights auction outcome

France’s football rights auction for the four seasons starting in 2008 ended with a second round on 6th February. Canal+ will keep most rights, while France Télécom picks up some live rights for the first time

Media, TV, Non-UK Media February 2008 Access this report

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Yell shortfall shines spotlight on local advertising

Yell announced this week that full year sales growth (to March 2008) in its UK operations would be 2%, sharply down from the previously forecast 3%, due to “toughening market conditions” since the start of 2008

Media February 2008 Access this report

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BT FY 2007-08 Q3 results: under pressure

Increasing loss of retail call market share and continuing decline in wholesale revenue stunted growth in group revenue, which would have dropped slightly without help from acquisitions

Fixed line, Telecoms February 2008 Access this report

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