Poland is one market in which Netflix is likely to increase its content as its focus of activity becomes more global than ever.
The Western films of streaming channel Grjngo are now available on Amazon Prime Video Channels in Germany.
A+E Networks Germany is making the two video-on-demand services of its pay-TV channels History and Crime + Investigation available on the ScreenHits TV streaming aggregator platform.
German broadcaster RTL Deutschland is expanding its pay-TV channel GEO Television with a subscription-based video-on-demand service (SVOD).
Four channels from Condé Nast have joined Rakuten TV’s free programming in 42 European countries.
The short-form content app and VOD service Flix Snip has launched a service named Flix Snip Kids.
Slovenia, which currently holds the presidency of the European Council, has proposed that EU members consider “European digital and technological sovereignty” by creating a European online platform with streaming content.
The French youth entertainment news media Meltygroup has launched a paid subscription to offer SVOD content, podcasts, and premium articles for its 10 million monthly melty.fr website users.
Netflix has launched a localised version of its service in Ukraine.
Première magazine and Netgem’s Videofutur have announced the launch of a VOD platform dedicated to cinema.