Arte and a number of technical partners will carry out a new full-scale technical test in UHD/HDR on September 12-22.
German commercial sports broadcaster Sport1 wants to launch a dedicated TV channel for the fans of computer and video games.
KiKA, the children’s channel jointly operated by German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF, is now bundling its on-demand content in a catch-up TV service.
The Russian telco MTS has added five Viacom channels to its DTH offer.
The Bulgarian national commercial broadcaster Nova is to start selling advertising on the sports channels operated by A1 Bulgaria, formerly known as Mtel.
OTT on-demand platform Xumo has said its viewership rose 325% and user consumption over the past year increased 90%.
Facebook has secured rights to broadcast the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup in Spanish-speaking Latin American territories.
Fox Sports is breaking the Dutch media law by broadcasting two football matches of Feyenoord and Vitesse on it encrypted channels Fox Sports 1 and 2.
Juventus, one of the titans of Italian football, is dropping its linear TV channel and instead moving to an OTT service.
A new OTT football channel is launching in Scandinavia backed by sports agency IMG.