Japan’s public broadcaster mulls fee for streaming

TOKYO — Japan’s national public broadcast company NHK could levy a new mandatory fee for programming streamed on smartphones and similar devices — a move that would affect the growing number of households that do not own televisions. The proposal was …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan's frugal millennials a bad omen for its...
views 68
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's millennials have grown u...
Unforced error mars new Abe cabinet’s first ...
views 72
When answering questions in the parliament, Esaki ...
Tokyo Advances Efforts to Attract Foreign Companie...
views 100
TOKYO, March 30, 2017 /CNW/ -- From April of this ...
Japan will send its largest warship on a three-mon...
views 106
Japan is planning to send its largest warship on a...
Metallica Shares “Battery” 1986 Live F...
views 40
Official live footage of Metallica performing "Bat...
Japan life insurers look to diversify foreign bond...
views 83
Japan's life insurers have traditionally stuck to ...
Osaka cops: 1 dead, 3 hurt in stabbing at residenc...
views 96
OSAKA (TR) – Osaka Prefectural Police have a...
Nikkei pushes closer to one-year high, on track fo...
views 98
Market gets tailwind from dollar's overnight 1.1 g...
Danish jazz violinist returns from Japan to play a...
views 38
“Wherever you go in Japan, they’re playing jazz — ...
Dollar changes hands in upper 112 yen zone in earl...
views 44
TOKYO, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. dollar changed ...