Bruce Tuchman, formerly President of Sundance Channel Global, AMC Global and MGM Networks and New Zealand’s Rialto Channel have launched Rialto International, a 50/50 JV to bring Rialto branded streaming services of indie content to countries worldwide.
The BBC has secured continued European distribution for its domestic and international channels thanks to commercial licences in The Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The UK government has made changes to the law that applies to broadcasting after Brexit through the Broadcasting (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.
Samsung Electronics has announced that Samsung TV Plus, Samsung’s free Smart TV video service, has now expanded to 12 countries and 742 channels worldwide, bringing access to over 60 million Samsung Smart TVs.
WarnerMedia has completed its acquisition of You.i TV, a provider of cross-platform development tools for TV and media companies.
Ethiopia has unveiled 1 January 2021 as date for majority of satellite TV channels to migrate to 57 degrees East.
Following Brexit, broadcasting and video on-demand services with a UK license are affected from January 1, 2021, when they are also offering their services outside the UK.
The Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment are again offering a free feed of Times Square New Year’s Eve content from New York City.
Sky Ireland customers are losing access to a number of TV channels and radio stations due to Brexit.
Luxembourg-based M7 Group, owned by Canal+, will distribute Vixen, a new premium adult TV channel available in HD, from the Dorcel Group.