Amazon and Google have settled their dispute and have come to an agreement on their streaming services.
Bavarian media authority BLM and Amazon Instant Video Germany have settled their dispute over alleged surreptitious advertising in an episode of the series Pastewka.
Roku is launching the Olympic Channel as a free-to-view service on its streaming players.
The Franco-German cultural channel Arte intends to launch a European VOD platform with public broadcasters ARD, ZDF and France Télévisions.
Two thirds of sports fans say £30 per month is the cut-off point for expenditure on TV sports content.
Dutch premium movie platform Film1 is now also available via an app on Samsung Smart TVs from 2016 onwards.
Video content management and distribution platform provider Vimond and video software developer Oxagile have announced their partnership aimed at serving Media, Broadcast and dedicated OTT providers.
Foxxum has announced a new partnership with iflix, Southeast Asia’s streaming OTT entertainment service.
The Russian legal OTT market was worth R11.1 billion (€152.7 million) in 2018.
Disney+ will launch in the US on November 12, and will cost $6.99 per month (or $69.99 a year), the company announced during Disney’s 2019 Investor Day in Burbank, Calif.