The ODMedia Group, the Dutch content services and processing company for on-demand media, has announced the opening of its German office.
BrightBlue is extending its White Label IPTV solution to Android TV.
In an aim to combat global players like Google, Facebook and Amazon, Germany’s two major commercial TV broadcasters Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland and ProSiebenSat.1 have entered into a 50/50 partnership for addressable TV and online video advertising.
Ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV, recently acquired by Viacom, is strengthening its European distribution with launches on Amazon Fire TV devices and Amazon Fire Tablets in the UK, Germany and Austria.
Gracenote and nScreenMedia have announced findings from a new independent survey focusing on pay TV, free-to-air and online TV viewership in major European countries.
The new Apple TV app, which brings together all the ways to watch TV into one app, is available starting today in over 100 countries across iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and select Samsung smart TVs.
Telefónica Group ended the first quarter with a total of 8.8 million pay-TV customers in the markets it serves, or 3% more than a year earlier.
Panasonic has announced the world’s first commercial deployment of the HbbTV Operator App (HbbTV OpApp), making access to premium and additional services possible without a set-top box.
Four months before the start of ANGA COM 2019, 400 exhibitors have already registered for over 90 percent of the exhibition space of the previous year.
Amazon Channels now available in Germany include (with monthly subscription price):