African entertainment channel Yanga! TV will for the first time broadcast a live Nigeria Decides Election Special from the 18 – 22 February.
Discovery Benelux is launching a new premium streaming video OTT service Dplay, offering on-demand and live streaming from Discovery, TLC and Investigation Discovery, among others.
Belgian cable operator Telenet is launching the new Yugo bundle offering software based streaming TV service built entirely around the smartphone.
Apple is targeting April, or early May, to launch its new video service in the US, but Netflix won’t be a part of it and HBO is in doubt, according to CNBC’s Alex Sherman.
Kanal D International, the global business arm of Kanal D has appointed Burcu Anis as the new Marketing and Operation Executive.
WarnerMedia is launching its OTT SVOD video platform in the US in the fourth quarter featuring catalogue content from HBO, Warner Bros. and Turner.
Hulu and YouTube TV are the most popular live TV streaming services inn the US, according to a survey from UBS.
In case of a no-deal Brexit, AMC Networks International is looking at Madrid to acquire a licence for its channels to be distributed across Europe.
ITV Studios-owned Talpa Global has elevated Kim Dingler to managing director for its global distribution arm.
Turner EMEA has appointed Pierre Branco to the role of SVP & GM, Northern Europe and MENAT, in an expansion of Branco’s remit to include the Middle East, Northern Africa, Turkey and Cyprus businesses.