The Ukrainian regulator National Council has added four more Russian OTT services to those already banned in the country.
Global OTT TV episode and movies revenues are forecast to reach $215 billion in 2029.
Asia Pacific OTT TV episodes and movie revenues are forecast to reach $49 billion in 2029.
The viewing of video content on the internet is growing by around a third each year in the Czech Republic.
Romania’s iNES Group has launched a new OTT platform named iNES Live.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has registered the first OTT platform in accordance with the country’s new audiovisual legislation.
Representatives of the Ukrainian Premier League (UPL) have confirmed their readiness to cooperate with leading OTT services, including Megogo, Kyivstar TV, Sweet TV, Vodafone TV, Setanta Sports, for broadcasting matches […]
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has announced a competition for broadcasting licences for the multiplex MH-7.
Gazprom-Media’s OTT platform Premier will shortly see several important changes.
OTT services in Russia are spending 30% more on original productions than they did a year ago.