Swiss cable operator UPC has made its TV service available on third-party devices such as Apple TV, Android TV and Amazon Fire.
Strategy Analytics research reveals that more than one billion Connected TV devices are now in use worldwide.
M7 Group’s Dutch subsidiary Canal Digitaal is launching an OTT TV service in the Netherlands.
US media company AMC Networks has commenced offering Shudder, its subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service for horror and thriller fans, outside Amazon Channels in Germany and Austria.
After Divan.TV introduced a number of updates for the mobile application on the Android platform, Ukrainian and Russian content is now available on Google’s Chromecast.
Google has rolled out the children’s and family version of its video portal YouTube in Germany and Austria.
Facebook is planning a video-based app to deliver content onto the TV screen.
According to the NPD Connected Intelligence Connected Home Forecast, by the end of 2019, 238 million installed devices are expected to be connected to the internet in the US.
Austrian mobile network operator Hutchison Drei Austria has launched an OTT multiscreen platform.
European Originals Television (eoTV), the German free-to-air channel specialising in European movies and series, has commenced broadcasting both in HD quality and 24 hours per day.