Netflix added 7.05 million new streaming customers in the fourth quarter and ended 2016 with 93.8 million subscribers worldwide.
German media company Tele München has increased its stake in German production company Odeon Film to 85.23%.
Viaccess-Orca has acquired BigHill, a Finland-based software company that specialises in developing mobile apps for TV content.
Three international Virtual Reality companies are mergeing to launch the Virtual Content Group.
Netgem says the connected home market represents one of the most important segments of the consumer Internet of Things market.
SES has announced the refinancing of the remaining O3b debt.
Netia, the French Media software solutions company, has announced that its sole shareholder Globecast (part of the Orange group) has sold all its shares in the company to two French media entrepreneurs, Anthony Savelli and Vincent Benveniste.
TecTime TV, the German thematic channel covering technology and multimedia, is looking for new investors and co-operation partners, Christian Mass, managing director of operating company DrDish Television, told Broadband TV News.
This week, VodafoneZiggo has introduced its new name, but the two brands, Ziggo and Vodafone, will be retained in the new company.
The French AB Groupe is believed to be in negotiations with several media groups, including Mediawan, a media investment vehicle owned by Xavier Niel, Matthieu Pigasse, and Pierre-Antoine Capton, according to Les Echos.