Zattoo, Magine TV and TV Spielfilm live face a new competitor: German social TV provider Couchfunk has rolled out a fully-fledged internet TV platform offering public and commercial TV channels as live-streams.
Google’s Chromecast leads the global digital media streamer market for fifth straight quarter, according to Strategy Analytics.
Virgin Media has won a final patent suit against Rovi, the technology company and patent holder has lost or withdrawn a total of 11 complaints against the cablenet and its predecessors.
Only 24% of viewers use a second screen while watching factual content, according to the findings of a new study by Discovery Networks Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA).
WATCH VIDEO. French free-to-view satellite platform Fransat on the Eutelsat satellite will be broadcasting all its channels in HD from December 1.
The government has promised to invest an annual £85 million (€121 million) in the BBC’s digital, TV and radio services as part of the Strategic Defence Review.
Israeli Spacecom said it lost contact with the Amos-5 satellite on Saturday morning and has been unable to reconnect with it since.
Irish telco Eir is in advanced talks to purchase the Irish operations of Setanta Sports.
BT has expressed disappointment over Ofcom’s announcement that it will no longer require Sky to make available Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 to other platforms at a pre-determined rate.
Sky’s much-anticipated new platform Sky Q will be made available in the UK and Ireland from early 2016.