Amazon and Google have settled their dispute and have come to an agreement on their streaming services.
Two thirds of sports fans say £30 per month is the cut-off point for expenditure on TV sports content.
Lumiere VOD is the first directory of European films to increase transparency concerning the VOD markets, which was launched by the European Commission with the European Audiovisual Observatory who is managing the project.
Disney+ will launch in the US on November 12, and will cost $6.99 per month (or $69.99 a year), the company announced during Disney’s 2019 Investor Day in Burbank, Calif.
WATCH VIDEO. T-Mobile has introduced TVision Home, a rebranded and upgraded version of Layer3 TV, which will launch in eight US cities on April 14.
WarnerMedia has denied a report in the Financial Times that AT&T is looking into the possibility of selling HBO Europe in order to reduce a debt of $170 billion.
The President and CEO of the NAB has criticised tech companies for failing to include broadcast-capable chips in their mobile devices.
Details have emerged of a reorganisation of some Sky and NBC activities following the takeover of the European broadcaster.
Vodafone can breathe a sigh of relief: The EU Commission’s concerns about the takeover of large parts of Liberty Global’s cable business in Europe are apparently smaller than expected.
WATCH VIDEO. Dutch telco KPN is launching a STB-less service for Samsung smart TVs by releasing a special app.