In the near future the distribution of entertainment video contents, especially over the Internet, will represent the killer app for operators in terms of monetization both through advertising and Premium Pay offers. At the moment there are several viable monetization options for operators, based both on the provision of free, ad-sponsored video contents, flat fee and à la carte services and the implemetation of the so-called pay-as-you-go approach.
Great news from the 2016 Legalcommunity Awards: our Giangi Olivi is the 2016 Media Lawyer of the Year and TMT Lawyer of the Year, and our Roberto Valenti is the Life Sciences Lawyer of the Year. So, this is a good time for team celebrations (and of course selfies – see below). So, once again, THANKS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS that have been supporting us throughout these years.
Follow us next 4 May @ Deutsch-Italienisch Handelskamme (Camera di Commercio Italo-Germanica) in Milan. Giangi Olivi and I will outline the main legal issues concerning the new European Regulation on data protection and EU-US data transfers.
The event is organized with the support of the American Chamber of Commerce.
For more information on the program and to register please visit this website.
Few days ago the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante per la Concorrenza e il Mercato, Agcm) filed its decision (see here – text available only in Italian) on the case that involved the main Pay-TV operators in the Italian market, Sky and RTI/Mediaset Premium, as well as the Italian Football League (Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A) and its advisor Infront, for an alleged alteration of the outcome of the tender which took place in June 2014 concerning the allocation of the Serie A television rights for 2015-2018.
FOLLOW US! For the Media Breakfast Series: Future media regulations and EU proposal for review – 29 April @DLA Piper!
Join us for the next chapter of our Media Breakfast Series on Friday 29 April from 9 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. at DLA Piper, Via della Posta 7. This time we will discuss about the future of media regulations, passing through the examination of the EU Commission’s proposals for review concerning the Media sector as part of the Digital Single Market Strategy and the analysis of the impacts that such reforms might have on Italian operators.