Oll.TV has become the first licensed OTT service in Ukraine.
Three OTT video services — Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Sky’s Now TV — accounted for 97% of the total subscriptions market in the UK at the end of 2018, according to Kagan, a research group within S&P Global Market Intelligence.
European and US internet audiences are increasingly watching online video on smartphones and Smart TVs, according to Ampere Analysis.
Pluto TV has launched three new linear channels in Germany and Austria, drawn from the entertainment brand portfolio of parent company Viacom.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 is exploring the possibility of rolling out its streaming service Joyn, operated in conjunction with Discovery, to other countries.
The Russian DTH platform operator Tricolor plans to launch its own OTT service this October.
Russia’s Tricolor has secured over 500,000 customers for its OTT service in only the first two months.
Media Group Ukraine (MGU) has entered into a partnership with Kartina.TV, one of Europe’s leading OTT operators.
Poland’s Cyfrowy Polsat has launched a new OTT service that can be accessed with an internet connection from any provider.
Europe’s pay-TV market is expected to gain 17.7 million subscribers between 2019 and 2023.