The Dutch OTT platform NLziet has added live streaming channels from both private and public broadcasters to its premium on-demand service.
US telecommunications company Hotwire Communications has chosen the end-to-end platform developed by Swiss OTT and IPTV solutions provider Zattoo to introduce a new TV everywhere service.
After Divan.TV introduced a number of updates for the mobile application on the Android platform, Ukrainian and Russian content is now available on Google’s Chromecast.
Hulu’s OTT live TV service will be available on the Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has chosen the dynamic ad insertion platform developed by UK-based content distribution solutions provider Yospace to monetise live channels on its TV everywhere service Sky Go.
TV5Monde has signed a new distribution agreement with a third carrier in Israel.
STV has chosen video ad serving platform SpotX to help manage programmatic video monetisation for the STV Player.
Liberty Global’s Dutch cablenet Ziggo is adding almost 50 new channels to its TV Everywhere app Ziggo Go, as well as improving Chromecast and Airplay functionality.
Swedish TV operator Sappa launches a new service on Magine’s streaming platform. It is Magine’s first Sedish B2B customer after the company decided to drop its direct to consumer propostion in Sweden.
Kai-Christian Borchers, managing director of German multiscreen software solutions provider 3 Screen Solutions (3SS), has warned platform operators that adopting Android TV-based set-top-boxes, which is a growing trend, may come with long term risk for industry players.