Belgian cable operator Telenet wants to discuss targeted advertising with the country’s commercial broadcasters.
Kymba, a new Video-on-Demand service designed specifically for children is laucned for viewers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
STORY UPDATED AT 3.45 CET. During the next few weeks, Norkring Belgium is starting to switch over its DTT network from DVB-T to DVB-T2.
Telenet has announced plans for customers to be able to watch television content, live and recorded, across any TV screen.
Weepee New Media has announced that Pascal Dormal, former CEO at Numericable Belux, will bolster its ranks.
A joint operation between content security companies Irdeto and Nagra and the pay-TV company M7 has resulted in the conviction of a Belgian TV pirate.
In France, the audiovisual institute INA has launched an app to make its content easily accessible on the IPTV box from SFR. Viewers can instantly stream content from the large on-demand library of the institute.
Telenet CEO Duco Sickinghe has emphasized his neutral stance in Liberty Global’s bid for the Belgian cablenet.
Belgian cable operators VOO and Numéricable also have to open up their networks to third parties.
The France Télévisions group will become the main shareholder of TV5 Monde, taking over the shares held by AEF.