Following the news that Amazon will close Lovefilm in Germany, Broadband TV News can now reveal that the company will also shut down its DVD and Blu-ray delivery service in the UK.
The exorbitant sums of money spent on securing sports TV rights have been controversial, but for broadcasters the alternative is losing a huge number of customers to rivals with deeper wallets.
TRT World is coming to TVPlayer, the OTT platform offering over 75 free-to-air and 30 pay channels to over one million monthly users in the UK.
Sky in the UK and Ireland has launched its Sky VIP programme as a new retention tool.
This year’s Ofcom Communications Market Report 2017 reveals that 40 million people watching multiple episodes of series back to back, creating ‘Box Set Britain’. There are also stark differences between the viewing habits of younger and older people.
BT is bringing together its consumer and EE mobile businesses under EE boss Marc Allera.
Arqiva has signed an agreement with Eutelsat that strengthens its relationship at the 28 degrees East video neighbourhood.
Firms providing TV and broadband packages did more than nearly any other sector to damage their reputations over the last year through poor customer service and increasing complaint levels.
Freesat has added Ketchup TV to its extensive on demand line up.
According to piracy analysis company MUSO, the first episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones has been illegally viewed over 90 million times across the globe.