German media company Freenet is aiming for rapid growth in the OTT market.
WATCH VIDEO. YouTube Music is now available to everyone in 11 European countries; Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
Turner CEO John Martin is leaving the company after AT&T completed its acquisition of Time Warner, bringing together global media and entertainment leaders Warner Bros, HBO and Turner, with its technology, video, mobile and broadband businesses.
Chinese state broadcaster CGTN is planning a European hub in Chiswick Park in London, to be operational by December 2018.
German telco Deutsche Telekom is withdrawing its entry-level IPTV package StartTV from the market after only one year.
The Belarusian incumbent Beltelecom has decided to expand its OTT multiscreen service Zala to set-top boxes.
Dutch hybrid DTH and online platform Canal Digital has added a number of channels to its TV App and to live linear TV on its website.
Digi Communications has announced the end of a series of disputes with Antena Group, one of Romania’s leading commercial broadcasters.
FIFA has launched an attack on piracy, threatening to take action against the Saudi TV channel BeoutQ which has been illegally broadcasting the opening games of the World Cup via the Arabsat satellite.
In its recently published report “Swedish TV Market” Mediavision concludes that the Swedish TV Market reached new record levels during 2017.