German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has added Red Bull TV to its Roku-powered streaming box Sky Online TV Box.
Deutsche Telekom’s Business Development and Innovation unit (BDI) and US premium content service provider Vubiquity have formed a partnership to enable an end-to-end solution for platform operators and service providers looking to launch multiscreen video services.
Internet TV platform Magine TV has commenced offering a subscription package with Turkish TV channels in Germany.
Video-on-demand (VOD) provider Wuaki.tv has rolled out its service in Italy.
Amazon Prime Instant Video is currently the most-used video-on-demand (VOD) service in Germany with a market share of 33.2%. iTunes (Apple) and maxdome (ProSiebenSat.1) follow with 11.3% each.
Deutsche Telekom will launch a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service for children between 3 and 13 years of age in collaboration with German publishing house Burda in early April 2015.
German Christian family channel Bibel TV is now available on Amazon’s streaming box Fire TV.
Austrian public broadcaster ORF will not be able to add video content to its radio station Ö3 and distribute it as a visual radio service on the channel’s website.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast has commenced offering radio stations on its HbbTV-based hybrid DTT service multithek.
Video-on-demand service Wuaki.tv can now also be used through the Xbox 360 in Germany.