MTG will launch a new digital window for all of its advertising funded video content in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Altice will be launching the dedicated sports channel SPR Sport, while also consolidating its media assets into its SFR subsidiary.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 considers lodging a complaint at federal anti-trust authority Bundeskartellamt against the business practise of Amazon to offer its video-on-demand (VOD) service through Amazon Prime bundled with other services as this would constitute an illicit package deal.
Vincent Bolloré, chairman of the Vivendi supervisory board, has issued a wake-up call about the future of the Canal+ premium TV business.
Sky has reported another strong quarter with 177,000 new customers signing for the company’s products in the quarter to March 31, 2016.
Sky’s chief executive says efficiencies will help the broadcaster overcome the spiralling cost of sports rights.
Netflix has reduced its international subscriber addition forecast for the second quarter, causing its shares to fall by 8% in after hours trading in the US.
Amazon has introduced new options for its Prime service that should make it a more effective competitor to Netflix.
TalkTalk has managed to grow its share of the overall home services market by 3.2 percentage points on the last quarter, following the data hack that saw 250,000 of its broadband customers switch to other suppliers.
CNN is to use Facebook Messenger to bring news and information to subscribers in the form of a personalized private message.