The struggle for power at the top of Viacom is at an end with the resignation of CEO Philippe Dauman.
Germany’s national football association Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL) will provide Bundesliga live games in Ultra HD from autumn 2016 for the first time.
The eleven largest pay-TV providers in the US, representing about 95% of the market, lost about 665,000 net video subscribers in 2Q 2016, compared to a loss of about 545,000 subscribers in 2Q 2015.
Twitter’s plans to put an app onto Apple TV have set tongues wagging with the usual assumption that this is going to change TV as we know it.
Sky is to launch its streaming service Now TV into the Spanish market, the first territory where it doesn’t have a satellite operation.
Freesat has launched the first live audience measurement service for free-to-air television.
Robert Redeleanu, the CEO of UPC Romania, will also assume responsibility for UPC Hungary on September 1.
UK-based media company Perform Group has launched its OTT live sports portal DAZN (“Da Zone”) in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Yahoo has been named as the preferred partner for the US catchup service Hulu.
Ofcom has closed its 2014 investigation into the sale of rights to the Premier League in the UK.