Advertising-financed video-on-demand service Popcorntimes has launched in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, providing movies from the 1910s to the 2010s free of charge.
The users of German streaming service Joyn, operated by ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery, can now also receive movies from video-on-demand provider Netzkino.
Swiss telco Swisscom will bundle its IPTV platform Swisscom TV with streaming service Netflix through a joint subscription from January 27, 2020.
UK-based Play Sports Group (PSG), part of Discovery, has launched a German-language version of its Global Cycling Network (GCN).
German Bundesliga football club FB Bayern Munich has launched a new smart TV app offering fans insights and glimpses behind the scenes.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has introduced a new, low-priced sports package on its streaming service Sky Ticket for €9.99 per month.
Marking the first rollout of its premium catch-up TV brand on a third-party platform, German public broadcaster ZDF has launched ZDF select on Amazon Prime Video Channels.
Filmtastic, the video-on-demand service operated by German media group Leonine, is now also available on Zattoo.
Amazon has acquired part of the UEFA Champions League rights from the 2021/22 season for Amazon Prime Video in Germany.
TV streaming provider Zattoo is now available as an app on many Panasonic smart TVs (from model year 2017) in Germany and Switzerland.