German car and motor sports channel Motorvision TV will become available on March 1, 2017 on Watch it!, a new multiscreen OTT platform launching in Germany and France.
German football club FC Bayern Munich will launch its own linear TV channel in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 will close down its personalised music video service Ampya on March 1, 2017.
German car and motor sports channel Motorvision TV has signed new carriage deals with platform operators in Europe and Africa.
Amazon will start selling the new Fire TV Stick with Alexa voice control in the UK, Germany and Japan.
Bobbles.tv, the German provider of pay-TV packages for expats in Europe, has launched an entertainment platform for Indian viewers.
Accedo has revealed that it is behind the Watch AFL video streaming service that Fox Sports launched in early February.
German TV production company Motorvision Group expands its international distribution by launching a newly developed on-demand subscription service on Amazon Channels.
Most of the current DVB-T households (44.1%) in Germany want to move to successor system DVB-T2 rolled out from March 29, 2017, but some are looking for alternatives such as OTT.
German media company Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland will close down its international pay-TV channel RTL International on May 31, 2017, arguing that it had little chance against illegal streaming sites.