ProSiebenSat.1 is transforming its Austrian streaming service Zappn into Joyn, which will become the media company’s central, unified streaming brand.
Sky combines Sky Connect and Sky Business
Sky is merging its business broadband division, Sky Connect, into Sky Business.
Belgium’s Eén rebrands as VRT 1
The flagship channel of the Flemish public broadcaster in Belgium, VRT, has changed its name from Eén (One) to VRT 1.
New “Call to Europe” to safeguard UHF frequencies for broadcast
More than 100 media and cultural organisations and artists in 22 countries are calling for the UHF frequency band (470-694 MHz) to be secured in the long term for terrestrial […]
waipu.tv reaches 1 million subscribers
German TV streaming provider waipu.tv has passed the one million paying customer mark.
MPs express disappointment at UK Ministers’ refusal to act on FTA Scottish football
The chair of the Scottish Affairs Committee has reacted with disappointment after the UK Government rejected the Committee’s call to explore ways to ensure more members of the public in […]
Polish viewers “appreciate terrestrial TV”
More than half of Polish viewers, including two-thirds that watch DTT services, appreciate the changes currently taking place in the country’s terrestrial TV sector.
PAC warns BBC “stuck in a TV and radio era”
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has warned the BBC is “stuck in a TV and radio era” without the resources to compete in the global market.
HGTV secures Polish licence extension
Poland’s National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) has granted the satellite channel HGTV, which is distributed by TVN Warner Bros. Discovery, a 10-year licence extension.
Dutch TV providers outbid ESPN in battle for Eredivisie rights
A consortium of television providers KPN, VodafoneZiggo, T-Mobile and Delta has outbid ESPN to secure the rights to Dutch Eredivisie football in its domestic market.