Yol TV, a Turkish-language channel based in Germany, has started broadcasting on the Astra satellite at 19.2 degrees East.
More than half of internet users surveyed in the US, UK, Brazil, Japan and Germany watched video content out of their homes at least once a month, according to IHS Markit.
Sports portal DAZN (“Da Zone”) operates a linear TV channel on the cable network of wilhelm.tel, but, curiously, neither the North German cable operator nor DAZN actively advertise the offer.
During the French Open tennis championship at Roland Garros, Eurosport’s 4k/Ultra HD feed will be available across several platforms in Europe.
Vodafone, which is Germany’s second-largest mobile network behind Deutsche Telekom, entered the fixed-line market through a 2013 takeover of Kabel Deutschland, then Germany’s largest cable network, for $10 billion.
German DVB-T2 platform Freenet TV will be available via Astra (19.2 degrees East) from March 28, 2018, Holger Meinzer, Chief Commercial Officer B2B of platform operator Media Broadcast, revealed at the DVB World 2018 conference in Warsaw.
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.