Google / Twitter’s Egypt service

Following the alarming press, broadcast and Internet clampdowns in crisis-stricken Egypt, search engine Google and micro-blogging site Twitter have launched a service that allows Egyptian citizens to get their news out via Twitter messages by leaving a voicemail on a specific number.

NFVF call for nominations

Members of the film and video community and the general public are hereby invited to nominate members for Council of the National Film and...

Free “Good Birthday’ download

Eddie Miller, from Port Elizabeth, who is also in the music business, recently discovered that "Happy Birthday to You" has a copyright on it and may not be sung in a public place.

Digital technology tools create new business opportunities in Africa

The 5th StarTimes Digital TV Development Seminar concluded on 10 June in Beijing, with a number of technology service providers offering attendees a glimpse at the role which technological platforms and products will play in digitised Africa...

ShowMax expands to 36 countries across sub-Saharan Africa

ShowMax has officially launched its internet TV services to 36 countries across sub-Saharan Africa...

Megahertz to discuss IP transition at CABSAT

Megahertz Ltd, a systems integrator and mobile broadcast production specialist, is attending CABSAT 2015...

ShowMax adds downloads for iPhones and iPads

ShowMax has added download functionality for iPhones and iPads. This feature allows users to store movies...

YouTube Blocks Piracy

Google has launched its much anticipated new technology designed to block copyrighted video from its YouTube subsidiary...

Leyard appoints Jasco as regional systems integrator for Southern Africa

Leyard Europe has appointed Jasco as its regional systems integrator for Southern Africa.

To strike or not to strike?

As the leadership of the Screen Actors Guild of America (SAG) campaigns to get its 200,000 members to vote on a strike authorisation...
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