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Mobile revenue growth: March 2007 quarter and outlook

Mobile service revenue growth in the top five European markets was 3.6%, a decline of 0.5pps from the previous quarter, although this was substantially driven by the Bersani Decree in Italy outlawing mobile top-up charges from the beginning of March

Mobile, Non-UK Telecoms, Telecoms July 2007 Access this report

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BSkyB trading update to 30 June 2007

Another record quarter of subscriber growth testifies again to the strengths of Sky’s marketing strategy and its successful entry into the telecommunications arena. The target of 10 million subscribers by the end of 2010 looks increasingly likely

TM is now looking at a sales target of £450 million instead of £600 million, though the revised target may still be too high, with the sale taking place at a time when regional newspaper fortunes are at a low ebb

Media, Telecoms July 2007 Access this report

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Free’s TV Perso: another first for Iliad

True to its reputation for innovation, France’s No. 2 ISP Free has launched TV Perso, a user-generated video-on-demand service, to its 1.5 million TV-over-DSL subscribers. Users will contribute uploads, emulating YouTube’s popular web-based model, as well as live broadcasts

Media, TV, Internet, Non-UK Media July 2007 Access this report

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Radio: Last.fm is not the problem

Audio webcasting services such as Last.fm, bought in May by CBS for $280 million, have built sizable audiences by offering greater choice and personalisation than traditional radio

Media, Music and Radio July 2007 Access this report

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Apple iPhone: revolutionising the mobile business?

Apple has at least revolutionised two aspects of the mobile business: getting customers to queue overnight for a handset, and selling ‘contracts-in-a-box’, neither of which are likely to catch on in Europe

Mobile, Telecoms July 2007 Access this report

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Channel 4: radio ambitions aim too high

Ofcom has awarded the UK’s second national commercial digital radio multiplex to Channel 4 Television, having rejected a competing bid from National Grid Wireless

Media, Music and Radio July 2007 Access this report

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Sky pay DTT plans on ice

Ofcom’s decision to hold a consultation on Sky’s pay DTT proposal will prevent its launch before Q1 2008 at the earliest and could be delayed to 2010 if Ofcom’s current investigation of the UK pay TV market ends, as seems increasingly likely, with a referral decision to the Competition Commission

Media, Telecoms June 2007 Access this report

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Emap - pick up the pieces

Emap, the consumer and business-to-business (B2B) publisher, appears ripe for a break-up. This report examines the health of the group's principal consumer magazine and radio assets, as well as its B2B assets. The latter, in our view, could prove particularly attractive to media-hungry private equity, based on recent valuations of business media assets. The consumer magazines segment is under pressure from circulation declines, and Emap’s digital strategy for its titles has yet to bear fruit. Meanwhile, Emap’s radio division has not been spared the market's overall decline

Media, Press June 2007 Access this report

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Classified advertising in the UK

This presentation expands on our report on Classified Advertising in Print and Online [2006-58], by examining the online classified market segments of recruitment, property and automotive, and their likely development to 2011. We anticipate the value of the UK classifieds market could be worth about £5.5 billion in 2011, compared to about £4.5 billion in 2006. We however expect exponential growth in online classified ad volumes, placing pressure on prices of all classifieds. Although disruptive effects on the classified supply chain are anticipated (e.g.

Media, Press, Internet June 2007 Access this report

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Carphone Warehouse: distribution steady but fixed line telecoms not yet out of the woods

The distribution business had a strong year, marred by a longer than usual Christmas hangover in the last quarter, but the early signs for the new financial year are promising

Fixed line, Telecoms June 2007 Access this report

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European internet advertising trends

Broadband penetration and Internet usage in continental European countries are catching up with the US and UK, but consumer e-commerce and internet advertising spend still massively lag behind. Online advertising is growing more rapidly in Germany and France than in the UK, driven by rapid take-up of paid search by advertisers

 

Media, Internet, Non-UK Media June 2007 Access this report

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UK broadband and telephony Q1 2007

50% of UK households now have a broadband line installed, but market growth is dropping. Rolling 12-month net additions were below three million for the first time since Q3 2004

Fixed line, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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Vodafone 2006/07 results and 2007/08 guidance: unambitious?

Vodafone achieved its 2006/07 full year targets on revenue and profitability, with solid revenue growth (underlying about 2% in Europe) but dropping margins (by around 2pps in Europe)

Mobile, Non-UK Telecoms, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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Cable & Wireless full year results to March 2007: a start is a start

The performance of the international business remains solid

Fixed line, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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EMI: underperforming in difficult times

Steep drops in US and UK recorded music sales dragged EMI’s group revenue 15.8% lower for FY 2006/07. EMI’s underperformance of the sagging recorded music industry highlights the scale of the challenge facing any prospective new owner

Media, Music and Radio May 2007 Access this report

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Neuf Cegetel: is being #2 on the DSL market worth it?

French altnet Neuf Cegetel is buying Club Internet from Deutsche Telekom for an estimated €500 million and will overtake its rival Free as the #2 on the DSL market, still way behind Orange

Fixed line, Non-UK Telecoms, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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Q1 mobile operator results: the story so far...

Growth in Q1 2007 for the aggregate non-Vodafone European mobile operations was 4.2%, a slight decline from 4.7% last quarter (Vodafone reports its results next week)

Mobile, Non-UK Telecoms, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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BT FY 2006-07 Q4 results: going whoosh?

Revenue growth was weaker but EBITDA growth remained strong and capex fell, sending cash flow growth strongly positive

Fixed line, Telecoms May 2007 Access this report

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Commercial radio: out of tune with London

The three most listened to radio stations in London all belong to the BBC, for the first time since commercial radio started in 1973

Media, Music and Radio May 2007 Access this report

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Trinity Mirror: another false dawn?

Trinity Mirror’s recent optimism about the market for newspaper advertising “stabilising” is questionable, and we expect 2007 to be another year of decline, although less pronounced than in 2006

Media, Press May 2007 Access this report

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