The Dutch VOD service Pathé Thuis has signed its fist deal with a cable operator, CAIWay.
Almost half of Dutch consumers either already have or think they will soon need a broadband connection of 50Mbps or more. This is up from just over a quarter a year ago, according to research by Telecompaper.
Belgian OTT provider WeepeeTV is adding all three NPO-channels (Nederland 1, Nederland 2 and Nederland 3) for all Belgian customers, as part of its basic offer.
Dutch VOD service Ximon is the first movie partner to become available on the Sony Entertainment Network in the Netherlands.
M7 Group has acquired the Dutch Stream Group and formed a new partnership that will deliver new video platform services.
The number of digital TV connections in the Netherlands rose 1.7% during the first quarter to 6.478 million homes, according to Telecompaper.
Belgium’s IPTV provider Belgacom TV has decided to drop distribution of the two main German public channels ARD and ZDF.
SES has further increased its household reach in the Benelux countries in 2012 to over 1.2 million homes.
Belgian operator said it suspends marketing of its fixed products on the residential market, while awaiting more favourable regulation.