2019 was a defining year for the German TV and video market, with mass market resistance to premium digital video finally falling away and paving the way for this month’s launch of Disney+.
Monaco Telecom has rolled out a multiscreen IPTV platform with Zattoo and Apple.
Swiss cable operator UPC has made its TV service available on third-party devices such as Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire.
Cyfrowy Polsat’s Ipla has become the first Polish VOD service to become available on Apple TV.
Apple has reported its highest-ever quarterly earnings, but the $92 billion was drawn from increased iPhone sales and other subscription services such as Apple Music and Apple News+.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland is now making all highlight videos of live sports events available on the Sky Q app (Apple TV and Samsung TVs), the Sky Q Mini box and through the Sky Go app on mobile devices.
Apple’s move into TV ‘services’ has been sealed with the announcement of new distribution agreements for Apple TV+ on LG, Sony and VIZIO smart TVs.
German Bundesliga football club FB Bayern Munich has launched a new smart TV app offering fans insights and glimpses behind the scenes.
An Apple TV 4K box is now a part of the offer for Vodafone’s UK customers.
What effect will the biggest wave of change in the video-on-demand (VOD) market since the launch of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have in the UK?