France Télévisions, M6 and TF1 have announced plans to launch a new OTT platform.
Channel 4 has announced it has become the first UK broadcaster to work with the Google Assistant.
Croatia’s Vipnet will be rebranded by the end of the year.
Sony has called a halt to its plans to enter Spain’s DTT market.
Set-top boxes are the only way for operators to have a managed device, according to Oliver Soellner of the management board at ABox42.
A US federal judge has approved the acquisition of Time Warner by AT&T, rebuffing the government’s effort to stop the $85.4 billion deal.
German cable operator Unitymedia will introduce the next generation of multimedia home gateway Horizon in the next 12 to 18 months, according to Chief Commercial Officer Christian Hindennach.
Egypt seems to have decided to broadcast 22 World Cup 2018 games, including those of the national team, on Egyptian television, even without a proper rights contract.
Three of the UK’s public broadcasters have signed a new five-year agreement, designed to accelerate the transition of Freeview from DTT to fully hybrid platform.
Paid-for video-on-demand (VOD) services have reached the mass market in Germany: At the end of 2017, 18% of all households were subscribing to at least one Pay-VOD service.