Just weeks before a nation-wide launch, the Flemish OTT service Stievie is running into issues about catch-up TV rights.
SeaChange victor in Arris patent dispute
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has backed SeaChange International over an October 2012 decision rejecting allegations by Arris Group had violated a 2006 injunction.
ESPN Player comes to Samsung, LG smart TVs
ESPN Player, the live and on-demand sports streaming service, is now available on Samsung Smart TVs across the UK and Europe, and is expected to launch on LG Smart TV’s […]
Magine is changing TV viewing
A survey of 1,500 Magine users shows that the OTT cloud TV Everywhere platform is changing consumer behaviour when it comes to TV viewing.
BBC unveils next generation iPlayer
The BBC has announced plans for a next generation iPlayer, with an extended viewing window, the ability to pause and resume on separate devices and new user playlists.
Connected TV set to soar
Connected TV is set for a massive boom over the next few years, with the number of TV sets connected to the internet set to reach 759 million by 2018.
Tivo sparks Com Hem into biggest-ever marketing campaign
Com Hem has launched its biggest-ever marketing campaign in support of the launch of its new TiVo service.
Facebook closes software tool deals
French broadcaster TF1 and Canal+ are among the broadcasters that have signed deals with Facebook for its new software tools.
Naxoo and UPC Cablecom take first steps to union
UPC Cablecom is to combine its offer in the canton of Geneva with that of the publicly-owned Naxoo.
France focuses on VOD
France’s on demand market is starting to take off ahead of Netflix’s possible launch in the country.