What effect will the biggest wave of change in the video-on-demand (VOD) market since the launch of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have in the UK?
German internet TV platform waipu.tv had around 366,000 subscribers on September 30, 2019, exceeding the expected number of over 350,000 paying customers for 2019 as a whole.
Pay-TV platform bobbles.tv, which provided expats throughout Europe with TV channels from their home country, has ceased operations, as CEO Arnold C. Kulbatzki confirmed to Broadband TV News.
Swiss cable operator Sunrise has made its OTT service Sunrise TV neo available as an app on Samsung smart TVs.
The biggest German streaming service for free movies, Netzkino, has broken the 1 million subscriber mark on its YouTube channel.
Although Amazon Prime Video has more customers in Germany than Netflix, Netflix still leads the way in terms of actual usage.
With a new measure, German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland wants to prevent pirates from distributing its programmes via illegal streaming portals over the internet.
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland is adding 13 TV channels and further on-demand content to its OTT platform Sky Ticket.
German broadcaster Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has launched a French version of its documentary channel GEO Television in collaboration with German publishing house Gruner + Jahr and its French subsidiary Prisma Media.
German broadcaster Sportdigital TV Sende- und Produktions GmbH, which operates pay-TV channel Sportdigital Fußball, wants to bring the international fun and action sports channel EDGEsport to Germany.