Austrian IPTV service provider Ocilion has gained 10 new customers for its IPTV end-to-end system.
Global online TV episode and movie revenues reached $83 billion in 2019, climbing from $67 billion in 2018 and up by $50 billion on 2017.
A new direct-to-home broadcast platform for the Brazilian market has been launched by 1Sat Telecomunicaçoes.
Ukraine’s leading cable operator Volia has entered into a long-term co-operation agreement and signed several contracts to receive new products from Walt Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm.
Italian free-to-air platform tivùsat is to migrate all channels to the DVB-S2 encoding system.
The Greek football club PAOK has teamed up with Insys Video Technologies to launch a brand-new version of its OTT streaming service, PAOK TV.
Disney+ had 57.5 million subscribers globally as of June 27. At the same time, its ARPU stood at $4.62.
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland will drop the ‘HD’ suffix from the names of its channels.
The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom has launched a new service named Viva TV Go.
Liberty Global saw revenues decline by 4.5% in the second quarter as the TV and broadband operator felt the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.