Virgin Media has reached a new multi-year agreement with VT for the continued carriage of BT Sport.
The Russian hockey channel KHL TV has been taken over by Match TV, which is owned by Gazprom Media.
The three Dutch language channels from Belgian public broadcaster VRT will become part of the Antenne TV DTT platform.
A new version of BT TV’s mobile app will allow customers to view content on the go – but there’s a new £5 monthly fee if viewers want to watch via Samsung smart TVs, Apple TV or Google Chromecast.
Canal+ is looking at the possibility of launching two more sports channels in Poland.
Mediaset has debuted its new free-to-view streaming platform Mediaset Play.
The Dutch T-VOD platform Pathé Thuis said its turnover increased by more than 50 percent in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the same period in 2017.
Eurosport will offer 25 hours of exclusive content across most of Europe, and an enhanced digital coverage of the 105th Tour de France.
The BBC is to produce dedicated shows for the 13-15 age group in a bid to wean the demographic off Netflix.
M7 Group’s Dutch subsidiary Canal Digitaal is launching an OTT TV service in the Netherlands.