Austrian TV broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 Puls 4 has chosen French service provider Dalet to revamp its media operation.
German pay-TV channel Sportdigital is now called Sportdigital Fußball.
Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and Japanese car IT solutions provider Access have formed a partnership to make the US media company’s TV brands accessible to vehicle passengers via the Twine4Car system in Germany.
German media company Freenet, a major shareholder in Sunrise, will vote against the Swiss telco’s proposed takeover of cable operator UPC Switzerland, arguing that the price was too high and the conditions unfavourable.
Sports streaming service DAZN has appointed Paul Sexton-Chadwick as SVP Commercial Propositions, helping to drive its strategy and execution for commercial premises and other B2B commercial enterprise opportunities.
German cable operator Tele Columbus has introduced internet access with a data rate of up to 1Gbps on its cable network in Berlin.
The Academy of Broadcasting Science (ABS) and China Broadcasting Network (CBN), two public institutions under governmental authority of the Chinese National Radio and Television Administration (NRTA), will set up a 5G Broadcast trial in Beijing.
German football association DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga has set up a joint venture with Athletia to take action against the illegal transmission of Bundesliga matches on an international level.
German internet TV platform waipu.tv has increased its number of registered customers on June 30, 2019 by 923,900 year-on-year to around 1.748 million customers.
The ProSiebenSat.1 advertising subsidiary SevenOne Media now offers advertisers the possibility to place targeted advertising on all channels of the German TV group.