The German connected set-top box manufacturer Videoweb TV has added a number of ethnic packages to its channel line-up.
A High Court judge has thrown out a claim by Hong Kong-based telecom company PCCW that Sky’s Now TV infringes on its own trademark.
Over-the-top (OTT) revenue is set to quadruple to $32 billion, up from the expected $8.2 billion in 2012, according to ABI Research.
BSkyB has removed the pay-per-view elements from its Now TV online streaming platform.
Content providers are struggling with the number of different technical platforms in the IP area.
The Ukrainian OTT company Divan.tv has been accused of piracy by some of the country’s leading broadcasters.
Streaming platform Netflix has launched in Sweden with Denmark, Finland, and Norway due to come online later this month.
Over-the-top platform provider Tvinci has secured an additional $4.5 million (€3.48 million) in funding to invest in the development of its technology and expansion into new markets.
Modern Times Group’s Viaplay multiscreen service has added a new download to go service that allows Apple iOS devices to store content for a maximum of 30 days.
MIPCOM 2012 – Cannes. “This is the television of the future,” said Magine’s chairman Michael Werner. “It’s going to change television forever. No more need for set-top boxes.”