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.
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.
German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF might not be able to transmit the Olympic Games in 2018 and 2020.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will launch new channel Sky Cinema Family HD in Germany and Austria on September 22, 2016, heralding a brand redesign of Sky’s movie channels on a pan-European basis.
The young are more likely to subscribe to on demand services than the old, according to a new study from UK polling organisation YouGov.
UK-based media company Perform Group will launch a multiscreen OTT subscription service for sports fans in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in summer 2016.
The award of the match packages in the 2017-2021 domestic football rights auction in Germany is probably optimal for Sky Deutschland (within the “no single buyer” constraint), according to research by London-based consultancy Enders Analysis.
Apple has announced new Siri capabilities, as well as single sign-on for Apple TV at its Worldwide Developers Conference.
A new report from IHS Technology shows the installed base of connected devices now represents four devices per household.
Sky Deutschland has kept most of the Bundesliga pay-TV rights in the tender for the 2017/18 to 2020/21 seasons, but Discovery subsidiary Eurosport has managed to secure a key package.