Switzerland’s national telco Swisscom has launched a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service offering movies, TV series, documentaries, sports and children’s programmes for a flat monthly fee of CHF12.90 (€10.70).
Video streaming changes the TV habits of consumers in Germany with one out of three video streaming users (33%) replacing conventional television completely or partially through streaming offerings.
Video-on-demand (VOD) provider Wuaki.tv will launch in Germany on November 25, 2014 co-founder and COO Josep Mitjà told Broadband TV News at German media industry conference Medientage München 2014.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has made its subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) portal Snap available on multimedia stick Google Chromecast.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation DOSB will expand its online sports TV channel and rebrand it from splink.tv into Sportdeutschland.TV.
Internet TV platform Zattoo has taken three TV channels from US media company Viacom International Media Networks Northern Europe on board its offering in Germany.
German consumers mainly watch videos on the internet in streaming mode.
Dutch public broadcaster NPO has launched a new iOS version of its apps for iPhones and iPads.
German cable operator Unitymedia Kabel BW will give its mobile TV service Horizon TV a new name: The OTT offering which enables live TV on tablets, smartphones and laptops and the corresponding apps for Apple and Android devices will be called Horizon Go from July 15, 2014.
The FIFA Football World Cup 2014 has provided internet TV platform Zattoo with record OTT viewership figures in Germany.