Dutch private broadcaster RTL Nederland has changed its name into RTL, and has introduced a new identity.
Switzerland’s largest cable operator UPC Cablecom will change its name into UPC from today.
Swiss competition authority WEKO has imposed a CHF71.8 million (€64.6 million) fine against telco Swisscom for anti-competitive behaviour in the pay-TV sports rights business.
The Spanish Atresmedia Group has created Atresmedia International to oversee its three international channels: Antena 3, Atreseries and ¡Hola! TV.
The commercial TV channels on the DVB-T2 platform launching in Germany on May 31, 2016 will be offered under the name Freenet TV.
Mobistar, which is 53% owned by Orange, is adopting the Orange brand in Belgium, and will start offering cable TV.
Liberty Global will unify the names of its cable subsidiaries in Austria and Switzerland under the joint label UPC, the umbrella brand of its European cable assets.
HMS Media Solutions, a German provider of broadcast automation solutions, and Swiss marketing and social TV platform creator joiz Global have partnered to provide a fully integrated end-to-end solution for live TV, video-on-demand (VOD) and community interaction.
ZDF Enterprises, the commercial subsidiary of German public broadcaster ZDF, has extended the contract of Alexander Coridaß as president, CEO and spokesman of the management board until 2020. He has been heading the company since 1998.
Amazon will stop selling Apple TV and Google’s Chromecast since those devices don’t “interact well” with Prime Video, the company said in an email to its sellers.