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.
Discovery has moved to give greater prominence to its own established channels following the completion of its deal with BBC Studios for control of part of the UKTV portfolio.
AMC Networks International Southern Europe and RedRum – the label dedicated to Wild Duck’s fantastic and horror content – join forces to launch Planet Horror.
Epic Drama is now available in 16 countries and the number of subscribers to the service has doubled since February 2018.
Rakuten is to launch a new live streaming and VOD sports entertainment platform designed to deliver sports content to a global audience.