Netflix has issued a statement denying rumours circulating in social media that it plans to cease operations in Turkey.
European broadcasters are no longer playing catch up on first run video on demand content.
Netflix has reported a huge rise in subscribers, the streaming service benefitting from demand for entertainment during coronavirus lockdowns.
Amazon has launched a live TV package for the customers of its subscription service Amazon Prime in Germany which, unlike other linear TV channels, is offered without extra charge.
The Saudi Arabian authorities have permanently revoked the licence of the Qatari owned beIN Sport.
A+E Networks UK is using cloud-based technology from Amagi to deliver a 30-channel bouquet into Europe.
The industry and retailers were ready, consumers had been informed, but then came Corona: In view of the current crisis, German public broadcaster ARD does not consider it appropriate to carry out the SD switch-off of its TV channels on Astra (19.2 degrees East).
Online video sharing platforms, such as YouTube, need not reveal the personal details of users that illegally upload copyrighted material.
Work will begin later this month on the development of Sky’s new , state-of-the-art film & TV studio at Elstree.
Disney+ will be available in HDR for the first time as part of an upgrade to the Sky Q set-top.