Channel 4 is to pull its catchup service All4 and 4HD from Freesat following a change to the platform’s pricing structure.
Channel 4 has announced the launch of a digital ad sales house, signalling its intention to offer third-party digital content publishers a full ad sales service.
Channel 4 is to invest in the European Broadcaster Exchange, the digital sales venture established earlier this year by ProSiebenSat.1, TF1 and Mediaset Italy and Spain.
Swedish video experience company has extended Channel 4’s redesigned video on demand service All 4 to additional platforms including Now TV on Roku.
Levels of trust in broadcast news currently stand at around 90% in the UK, according to Dorothy Byrne, head of news and current affairs at Channel 4.
Channel 4 is to move its online video playout to HTML5-EME, adopting Adobe Primetime, the first broadcaster in EMEA to do so.
Channel 4 is launching a brand new interactive video format that allows advertisers to include the individual names of All 4 viewers in their advertisements.
Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham has announced he is to leave the public broadcaster after seven years.
Britain’s commercial broadcasters have won their long-running dispute with TVCatchup over the distribution of their content over the internet.
Channel 4 and Studio Lambert chief executive Stephen Lambert have taken minority holdings in a new British virtual reality (VR) business.