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February 3, 2014
11:38 EDTENT, GOGOJudge allows suit over Gogo 'monopoly' to proceed, GigaOM reports
A federal judge in San Francisco refused to throw out a class action suit brought by travelers who claim that WiFi provider Gogo's (GOGO) long-term contracts with major airlines violate anti-trust laws, according to GigaOM. Complainants in the suit say Gogo competitor Row44, a subsidiary of Global Eagle Entertainment (ENT), charges only $5 per flight, the report noted. Reference Link
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October 8, 2015
10:00 EDTENTOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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October 7, 2015
19:05 EDTENTGlobal Eagle initiated with a Buy at Evercore ISI
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September 30, 2015
11:02 EDTENTGlobal Eagle, Etihad Airways partner to deliver IFE content
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11:01 EDTGOGOGogo partners with Ultramain Systems
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08:08 EDTENTGlobal Eagle, Cupcake Digital sigh storybook deal
Global Eagle Entertainment announced a new content agreement with Cupcake Digital to feature dozens of recognized children's storybooks on GEE's inflight entertainment lineups offered to airlines around the world. Young passengers will have access to more than 80 digital children's books and audio book experiences created from modern classics such as Strawberry Shortcake and The Smurfs as well as big screen adaptations like How to Train Your Dragon and Rio.
07:11 EDTENTGlobal Eagle signs agreement with Turkish Airlines
Global Eagle Entertainment announced that it has signed an agreement with Turkish Airlines to supply Technical Content Services across its entire fleet of 250+ aircraft. Starting June 2015, GEE will provide Technical Content Services including data management, media encoding and metadata provision to support the airline's inflight entertainment programming.
September 29, 2015
10:02 EDTENTGlobal Eagle, Lonely Planet sign IFE agreement
Global Eagle announced a new content agreement with leading travel publisher Lonely Planet to add dozens of insightful destination travel guides and travel tip booklets to GEE's inflight entertainment platform serving airlines across the globe. Airline passengers will have access to more than 30 of Lonely Planet's Pocket guides from around the world, including popular tourist destinations such as Beijing, Dubai, Las Vegas, Paris, Rome and many more. Airlines will be able to purchase the Pocket guides for in-seat and wireless entertainment systems. The partnership brings together Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel publishers with over 130 million books printed in 13 languages, with GEE's industry knowledge and IFE solutions on flights around the world.
08:01 EDTENTGlobal Eagle strikes worldwide IFE agreement with Sony Music
Global Eagle (ENT) announced a global licensing agreement with Sony Music Entertainment to add thousands of songs from Sony (SNE) Music's iconic catalog to GEE's leading inflight entertainment portfolio. The broad-based deal is Sony Music's first licensing pact with an inflight entertainment content service provider and gives Global Eagle access to hit songs from leading recording labels, including Columbia, Epic, RCA, Masterworks, Legacy, Sony Music Nashville for use in its airline inflight entertainment systems around the globe.
September 28, 2015
08:06 EDTENTGlobal Eagle signs content, ad deals with Fiji Airways
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07:09 EDTENTGlobal Eagle selected to provide content aboard MNA
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