Netflix is offering audiences in Kenya a free plan that allows them to enjoy around a quarter of the streamer’s catalogue, free of charge.
Sky is reportedly working on the launch of its own Smart TV product, according to a report published by Financial Times Tuesday.
Apple has upgraded the middleware for its Apple TV platform, offering improved audio and security features.
Arqiva has begun airlifting materials onto the Bilsdale site in North East England as part of urgent work to build an 80m-high temporary mast.
French media regulator CSA is launching a public consultation on the future development of interactive services over digital terrestrial television, known locally as TNT.
Pure Telecom is to launch a dedicated TV service powered by Netgem TV.
Vewd is introducing video calling and advanced advertising into the latest version of its HTML5 and streaming SDK for connected TV devices.
The Disney+ streaming service is now available on Panasonic TVs released since 2017.
RTÉ and United Rugby Championship have launched a new global streaming service offering matches live and on demand.
Virgin Media O2 is working with Smart Home provider Plume to extend its service to all UK homes, regardless of whether they take Virgin’s own broadband service.