Deutsche Telekom has launched the Interactive TV Award 2011. It’s the third time that the German telecoms operator invites external professionals to present their ideas and concepts on the television of tomorrow.
Deutsche Telekom’s positioning as a provider of services within the connected home is being rewarded with increased if not substantial numbers for its TV services.
Deutsche Telekom has outlined its strategy for the next two years in Romania, where through Greece’s OTE it has stakes in Romtelecom and Cosmote.
The winners of the Deutsche Telekom Interactive TV Award 2009 have been announced.The Jury selected the best ideas for the future TV: broad|Support with the customisable Bundesliga application Meine Konferenz and the interactive docu soap The Cell from Tel Aviv based Gum Films.
During a press conference at the CeBIT in Hanover, Deutsche Telekom said it is targeting between 2.5 million to 3 million customers for its IPTV offer ‘T-Entertain’ by the end of 2011.
Deutsche Telekom has warned that Germany is reaching market saturation. Announcing year-end subscriber numbers to its T-Entertain IPTV service of 852,000, the company said that against a background of strong market penetration, market growth would begin to slow.
Deutsche Telekom’s yo-yo numbers for its IPTV service T-Entertain continue to confound.
Deutsche Telekom has launched Interactive TV Award 2009, aimed at developers, creative minds and members of the TV audience.