India’s Zee Entertainment Enterprises will launch a global Premium Video on Demand service called Zee Ples on October 2, 2020.
Australia’s Fetch TV is integrating the Metrological Application Platform integrated onto its service. Fetch will also utilise the Metrological Lightning Framework to enhance the performance of the Fetch user interface.
Canadian Stingray Group is launching Stingray Music with six leading platforms in the United States: Comcast Xfinity, Distro TV, Freecast’s Select TV, Channel Plus on LG, MX Player, and Xumo.
MIPCOM 2020 will become a 3-day event called MIPCOM RENDEZVOUS CANNES without the regular stands taking place October 12-14 in the Palais des Festivals and incorporating MIPJunior.
Viewers across selected European markets will have the opportunity to watch a Formula 1 Grand Prix for free on YouTube, including everything from practice sessions, to qualifying, and all the live race day action from the Nurburgring on October 9-11.
Belgian telecoms operator Proximus reports a solid commercial momentum in second quarter: Mobile Postpaid customer base +45,000, Fixed Internet +19,000 and TV + 11,000.
Eutelsat Communications has reached an agreement with Bigblu Broadband to acquire its European satellite broadband activities.
Ateme and the main shareholders of Anevia have entered into exclusive negotiations to acquire a total of 87% of Anevia’s share capital.
Comcast’s streaming service Peacock, which launched nationwide earlier this month, has attracted 10M sign-ups to date.
The French satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaîné revealed on Wednesday that the Canal+ Group “refuses to pay its dues” to French cinema.