The EBU has issued a official recommendation for public service media organisations to avoid internet congestion and manage the potential impact of streaming media consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic.
German platform operator M7 Deutschland is supplying IPTV service provider BrightBlue with signals for three Ultra HD (UHD) channels.
The DVB Steering Board has given its approval to the publication of three blue books, which will ultimately lead to new ETSI standards.
German combat sports channel fight24 follows its way towards pay-TV after the launch on the cable network of wilhelm.tel.
The Norwegian Film Institute has adopted Nagra’s media asset management platform, DVnor Organizer for the storage and distribution of its films to more than 170 film festivals worldwide.
German public broadcaster ARD is now offering its TV viewers the option of resetting the currently running programme to the beginning at the touch of a button.
The over-the-top (OTT) video market will break through the $200 billion barrier by 2024 with 90% of revenues coming from subscription and advertising revenue.
Ofcom’s latest set of league tables for broadband, mobile and landline operators shows Sky again leading the pack with the least amount of complaints among the pay-TV firms.
UKTV’s new seven-channel portfolio has seen growth of 4% in 2019.
Africa will have 47.26 million pay-TV subscribers by 2025, up from 30.70 million at end-2019. Nigeria will contribute 10 million subscribers by 2025 – having overtaken South Africa in 2020.