Pickx, the new TV platform from Proximus, is already under attack from the country’s four largest broadcasters.
Belgian operator Proximus is revamping its TV service with a multiplatform offer and a new Android TV box.
Turkey’s first Turkish-Armenian TV channel has made its debut.
UEFA has unveiled its new Over The Top (OTT) streaming platform UEFA.tv. The German Bundesliga will be the first league to offer content on the service.
Julien Verley, currently director of business development at France Televisions, will leave the company in agreement with France Televisions, as of June 30, 2019, in order to launch his project France+ Channel and the France+ App.
The Dutch OTT service from the public broadcasters NPO Start is now available for Android TV.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP has upped its viewing figures by targeting each age group with “one simple and smart idea”.
Sky has announced plans for a new Europe-wide development and production capability.
German free-to-air entertainment channel Anixe will adopt the new name Anixe+ on July 1, 2019, add new programmes and launch a video-on-demand (VOD) service accessible via its red button catch-up TV portal (HbbTV).
Ofcom has provisionally concluded that the BBC can go ahead with planned changes to the BBC iPlayer.