Kymba, a new Video-on-Demand service designed specifically for children is laucned for viewers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Simpli TV is the name of a new bouquet of encrypted DTT channels that will go on air in Austria on April 15.
Germany’s Feratel has reported over one million views of its smart TV app PanoramaTV.
The Russian government has widened its grip on broadcasting, according to a new report on digital switchover focusing on Russia and the CIS countries published by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
UPC Austria has started to distribute 49 channels in its basic tier without encryption, including two HD channels.
Strong, which supplies digital TV reception equipment in Europe, has signed an agreement with TCL to distribute a full range of Thomson branded TVs through retail in Austria.
Eutelsat Germany has appointed Hans Peter Schmitt as Area Manager DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland).
The Austrian public broadcaster’s ORF 3 Kultur und Information is now available in Southern Tyrol via the DVB-T network of RAS (Rundfunkanstalt Südtirol).
Austrian broadcast facilities company ORS has said it will bring three new DTT channels on air on November 15.
ORF has added its TVthek catch-up TV service to the UPC cable network in Austria.