For the first time ever, Apple is going outside the walled garden by offering its new streaming service to smart TVs from Samsung and others as well as to Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
The announcement feels like it has been years in the planning, but this afternoon at 13.00 ET (17.00 GMT) Apple will finally tell us what its TV service is all about.
Netflix will not make its TV shows and movies available through Apple’s upcoming video offering, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said.
Music video platform Xite is now available via Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV in the United States.
Extreme Reach has released its 2018 Q4 and full year Video Advertising Benchmarks report that highlights the transformative impact of connected television (CTV) platforms on the advertising industry.
Gernot Jaeger, Chief Officer of B2B at Zattoo, talks about five major challenges and trends for IPTV and OTT services.
BT Sport has brought in a new large screen app. It will enable views to enjoy 4K UHD and HDR coverage of BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3, ESPN, BoxNation and the BT Sport Extra channels.
Apple’s video streaming service is set to launch in the United States this April.
Yahoo Finance has launched its first standalone app for Apple TV.
Austrian cable operator LIWEST will roll out a new multiscreen TV service on December 1, 2018 in cooperation with Austrian IPTV service provider Ocilion.