German children’s movie app Kixi Kinderkino is now also available on smartphones and tablets using the Android operating system.
Swiss advertising sales company Goldbach Group has sold its 67% stake in internet TV platform Wilmaa to Thomas Gabathuler.
German TV production company Focus TV has set up a YouTube channel offering full-length reportages.
German free-of-charge video-on-demand (VOD) service Netzkino TV has launched on Amazon’s streaming box Fire TV.
Germany’s largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland has commenced offering its customers the possibility to watch selected TV channels using their smartphone or tablet at home.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has made its mobile add-on service Sky Go available on mobile devices with the operating System Android following the web, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Xbox 360.
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.