Netflix is exploring the possibility of opening an office in Rome.
Sky could be the first pay-TV operator in the UK to sign a deal with Disney+.
Advertising-financed video-on-demand service Popcorntimes has launched in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, providing movies from the 1910s to the 2010s free of charge.
Sky’s increase of 77,000 subscribers in the last quarter helped buoy parent company Comcast. Over the course of the 12 months Sky grew its ‘customer relationships’ comprising TV, broadband and telephony subscriptions by 394,000.
Poland’s leading mobile operator Play has entered into a partnership with Amazon Prime Video.
Telekom Srbija has claimed that United Media does not want a solution to the dispute with cable operators over the carriage of its channels.
Canal+ has extended its exclusive agreement to broadcast Formula 1 motor racing in 2021 and 2022.
Online video technology specialist Bitmovin is working with the University of Klagenfurt and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Digital and Economic Affairs on a research project to develop enhancements to video streaming.
Netflix ended 2019 on a high, growing Q4 revenues 31% year-on-year and posting a full-year total of over $20 billion. Furthermore, it surpassed 100 million paid members outside the US in the fourth quarter.
Over 6.1 million people watched television through a PC or tablet in the four weeks to January 5, 2020. Of these 410,000 didn’t watch any television on a TV set.