Nine hundred thousand Sky+ Pro Ultra HD receivers had already been deployed as of the end of last year in Germany, according to Stephan Heimbecher, Director Innovations & Standards – Technology, Sky Deutschland.
Quite a surprise when I walked into the large Dussmann – Das Kulturkaufhaus store in Friedrichstrasse, Berlin, and saw no less than three floors of good, old-fashioned discs – CDs, DVDs, some Blu-Rays, and even a whole section of vinyl.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 has appointed Max Conze as its new CEO effective June 1, 2018.
Apple’s dedicated TV app has finally made its appearance in Europe.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) has signed an agreement with Germany’s Chronosat to expand cooperation on the use of the Express-AM7 satellite.
Broadband TV news talks to Pascal Orhan, founder and principal analyst of Dataxis and organiser of the NexTV conference series. On December 6 and 7, the company organises and event in Berlin, covering the CEE and DACH markets.
The audiovisual German media market will increase its revenues across all segments – TV, video, radio, audio – by 5.8% to a total of €11.6 billion this year.
Capacity on four satellites operated by Eutelsat Communications is mobilised by German and international media to cover the German federal election on Sunday September 24, which will see up to 62 million voters go to the polls.
25.2 million households in Germany receive HDTV. This corresponds with a growth of the share of HD households among German TV households from 53.1% to 65.7% within one year.
On November 8, 2017 the switchover of Germany’s DTT network from DVB-T to successor DVB-T2 will enter the second stage.