US broadband households watch an average of 3.8 hours of internet video on TV screens each week, accounting for 20% of all video viewed on this device.
The Polish national commercial broadcaster TVN plans to produce more content exclusively for its on demand service Player.pl.
European co-productions get better VOD distribution than national films, however, they travel less well than US films, according to the latest research by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
The president of Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has asked Cyfrowy Polsat and Telewizja Polsat to provide information about their activities with respect to the transmission of Euro 2016.
The VOD provider Banaxi has entered into an agreement with the Slovak operator Dsidata.
Telenet subscribers have become the first customers to take advantage of Liberty Global’s policy of opening up free Wi-Fi hot spots across Europe.
Tele Columbus group, Germany’s third-largest cable company, has taken the first German fibre-optic network into service on which 1Gbps internet access will be offered to private households.
A+E Networks and AMC Networks will launch the Crime + Investigation channel in Portugal.
SES said the results of its first Satellite Monitor study on the Nigerian market, show that the operator’s satellites reach 2.81 million TV homes across the country.
Vodafone Deutschland has revised its so called coins per subscriber (CPS) model for the distribution of encrypted HD channels on its cable network (formerly Kabel Deutschland) to comply with the principle of equal chances in the broadcast law.