Interactive German youth TV channel YUN!Q will launch on August 3, 2015 at 17.00 CET.
German media company onMedia.TV wants to launch an interactive TV channel shortly aiming to take viewers between 14 and 34 years of age back to linear television.
Georg Kofler, former CEO of German TV broadcasters ProSieben and Premiere (now Sky Deutschland), wants to set up a multi-channel marketing platform for YouTube stars together with Berlin-based TV production company Def Media.
Swiss multimedia marketing solutions provider joiz Global has appointed Samuel Gähwiler to the newly created role of managing director.
joiz Global, a Swiss provider of community marketing solutions, has signed its first German licensing agreement with M. DuMont Schauberg, one of the country’s leading media companies.
Swiss youth channel joiz wants to expand into further European countries with the UK being at the top of the list.
Eighty per cent of TV-related chatter on the Facebook social networking site is generated from mobile devices.
Orad and Astucemedia, who provide broadcast graphics solutions and services, have announced that MTV Media Finland is using the Orad/Astucemedia platform to integrate social media networks for the broadcaster’s new Social TV Channel – AVA.
Com Hem has launched a new report that looks at the engagement between television vision and social media.
MIPCOM 2012 – Cannes. Sky Italia has chosen HyperTV and Civolution for the first ever social media gaming experience related to X Factor 2012.