German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has significantly expanded its investment in the Media Central platform provided by US technology company Avid.
German authors rights society GEMA has concluded a licence agreement with video portal YouTube settling a long lasting legal battle regarding royalties.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 has set up Glomex -The Global Media Exchange, a B2B platform for trading premium video content.
Almost a quarter (23%) of internet users in Germany wanted to watch videos on the net which turned out to be inaccessible due to geoblocking.
WATCH VIDEO. Arris has released a new video explaining how the company is helping service providers prepare for the deployment of IP video over DOCSIS.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 redesigns its free streaming video portal MyVideo.
The German TV/video app watchmi is now available on TV sets equipped with smart TV portals from NetRange following a partnership signed between the Hamburg-based service provider and watchmi operator Funke Digital TV Guide.
The total turnover of video-on-demand (VOD) services is expected to rise to €717 million in Germany this year – an increase by 24% compared with 2015 (€579 million).
European cultural channel Arte has published an interactive app through which the broadcaster will offer its latest programmes in the areas of 360° video and virtual reality for tablets and smartphones.
German commercial broadcast group Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has launched its new video portal: RTL Next offers news and entertainment, customised for access on smartphones, tablets and latops.