German travel channel Sonnenklar.TV will continue to broadcast in SD and HD resolution via Astra (19.2° East).
More than half (55.1%) of TV households in Germany have connected their TV set to the internet in addition to satellite, cable, IPTV or DTT reception.
German telco Deutsche Telekom has acquired the TV rights for the UEFA European Football Championship 2024 in Germany.
In December 2019, German telco Deutsche Telekom will introduce a TV stick for MagentaTV, which can be used to receive the TV platform via Wi-Fi on any TV set with an HDMI connection, regardless of the internet provider.
The participants of German research project 5G Today, in which linear TV was transmitted in 5G broadcast mode for the first time, have drawn a positive conclusion.
Smart TV sets continue to be highly popular with German consumers.
For the first time this year, the audiovisual media industry in Germany will reach a combined turnover of more than €13 billion.
Martina Rutenbeck will drive the development of IPTV platform BrightBlue for German fibre-optic network operator Deutsche Glasfaser.
The showdown between the supporters and opponents of Sunrise’s takeover of UPC Switzerland will not take place for the time being: The Swiss telecommunications company pulls the emergency brake and, with approval by UPC parent company Liberty Global, cancels the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) scheduled for October 23, 2019.
German technical services provider Media Broadcast is following the development of 5G Broadcast, but sees a regular deployment in the distant future.