The Chinese company LeEco will launch an on demand service in Russia this September.
Russia’s Gazprom Media has completed the acquisition of a 33.3% stake in Pledform, paving the way for the launch of what could become one of Russia’s leading online video platforms.
ShowMax, the internet TV service launched in August 2015, has expanded its footprint to 36 additional countries across sub-Saharan Africa.
Elemental has been giving details of the fast to market deployment made for BT in the launch of its Ultra HD sports channel last summer.
Sony Pictures Television Networks will turn Animax, its pay-TV channel for the fans of Japanese cartoon series (animes), into a video-on-demand (VOD) service in Germany from July 1, 2016.
Hulu has confirmed that it is developing a live TV streaming service.
Orange, MyTF1VOD and Netflix were the biggest winners in France’s VOD market in 2015.
25 pay-TV providers so far have active partnerships in place with Netflix and more will follow with global expansion to 130 new markets.
Drama dominated the list of the most watched shows on the BBC iPlayer in March.
TalkTalk is launching its own transactional video service with a selection of 7,000 titles.