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Filmmaker Luke Snellin, 24, hopes to win flights to New York so he can promote his award-winning short film, Mixtape

Virgin goes aerial in attempt to bring broadband to the country

Plans to string fibre optic cables along telegraph poles to connect rural areas

Don't get left in the broadband slow lane

Speeds are finally on their way up, say Alessia Horwich and Julian Knight

Virgin prepares to bring broadband speeds of 100Mb to the UK

Virgin Media yesterday outlined plans to bring superfast broadband speeds of 100Mb to 12.6 million UK homes by the end of next year. The move was backed by both Labour and the Conservatives in what has become a hotly contested political issue in the run-up to the general election.

Virgin Media signs web video deal with Brightcove

Cable TV operator Virgin Media has chosen online video publisher Brightcove to provide and support short videos for its more than 11 million monthly website visitors.

Virgin targets small business to take the fight back to BT

Move could boost revenues by two-thirds in five years

Virgin Media on demand view figures rise by 50 per cent

The appetite of viewers for watching their favourite shows when they want helped lift by 50 per cent hits at Virgin Media's on demand service last year.

Tim Westcott: As Sky exits, RTL may be preparing an entrance

The failure of BSkyB's legal challenge against the ruling that it must sell down its stake in ITV is certainly a setback, but it has had plenty of time to limit the damage.

Court orders Sky to cut 18 per cent stake in ITV

TV group must decide whether to take legal battle to Supreme Court

BT cranks up Sky price war in 'crucial' year for UK TV

BT moved closer to launching a price war with BSkyB, saying it could undercut the subscription for Sky's sports channels by £10 a month. It added 2010 was a "crossroads" for TV in the UK.

Signal failure as next-generation mobiles crash televisions

New mobile devices found to affect TV picture from up to three metres away

Victory on the menu: Virgin keeps its electronic programme guide

Few television viewers think twice about the on-screen programme guide they use to change channels, but it has been the subject of a fierce court battle which could have repercussions around Europe.

TiVo switches back on to British television in Virgin Media tie-up

The set-top box maker TiVo is a household name in the US but failed to crack the UK market. It is now back for a second go with a new partner. Nick Clark reports

BBC Trust dampens Worldwide's plans for global domination

Corporation reins in its commercial division
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