German Android TV solutions provider 3SS, Dutch AI technology group Media Distillery and Austrian personalised TV solutions developer XroadMedia have created an end-to-end video platform enabling Android TV providers to offer personalised linear on-demand channels.
German media company Pantaflix has acquired a series and movies rights package from Sony Pictures Entertainment Deutschland for its advertising-based video-on-demand service (AVOD).
TV streaming provider Zattoo is reducing the monthly price of its Ultimate subscription package in Germany by €6 to €13.99 per month.
M7 Group’s German DTH satellite and internet platform Diveo, which ceased operations on November 30, 2019, recommends its former customers to move to TV streaming provider Zattoo.
NetTV Plus and DAZN have formed a partnership to make DAZN’s sports offering available on the OTT platform targeting viewers from ex-Yugoslavian countries.
ProSiebenSat.1 and Discovery have expanded their joint German streaming service Joyn with premium version Joyn Plus+.
German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF will interconnect their catch-up TV services with the first step being a cross-linking search function available from November 18, 2019.
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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.