Discovery Benelux is launching a new premium streaming video OTT service Dplay, offering on-demand and live streaming from Discovery, TLC and Investigation Discovery, among others.
Belgian cable operator Telenet is launching the new Yugo bundle offering software based streaming TV service built entirely around the smartphone.
Vodafone Deutschland and regional public broadcaster WDR will test how TV and video-on-demand (VOD) content can be broadcast via 5G in Germany.
In case of a no-deal Brexit, AMC Networks International is looking at Madrid to acquire a licence for its channels to be distributed across Europe.
Eleven Sports has signed long-term agreements with all four TV operators – Altice, Nos, Nowo and Vodafone – in Portugal. As a result, it will be available for subscription on TV platforms in 3.9 million homes, thereby achieving 100% pay-TV distribution in the country.
Broadcasters and distributors have agreed on a new standard: a common technical specification for programme signalling.
BeIn Sports has said it is not renewing its Formula 1 contract for the Middle East and North Africa rights due to rampant piracy.
European football association UEFA is to launch its own OTT TV service.
Disney expects to lose $150 million from terminating licensing deals with Netflix this year.
Russia faces a number of obstacles ahead of the switch off of analogue TV services, which will begin in earnest on February 11.