German movie and TV production company UFA has launched a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service at the occasion of its 100-year anniversary.
Turkey’s largest media company Dogan Group has made its video-on-demand (VOD) service BluTV available outside Turkey, targeting the around 4 million Turks or people of Turkish origin in Germany and Europe.
ProSiebenSat.1 can continue to show movies and series from 20th Century Fox on its free-to-air and pay-TV channels and on video-on-demand service maxdome.
German video-on-demand service provider On Demand Deutschland (ODD) will continue to provide its customers with recent blockbusters and library titles from all Hollywood studios and the most important independent players.
German video-on-demand service maxdome will take around 70 Hollywood blockbusters from 20th Century Fox aboard its line-up.
Internet TV platform Zattoo has made more than 100 movies and documentaries available on its video-on-demand (VOD) service in Germany through a partnership with Netzkino and Daredo.
German broadcast group Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has extended its contract with NBC Universal International Distribution, thereby securing the free-to-air TV rights for future movies and TV series as well as library titles.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has acquired a movie rights package from German film production and sales company Splendid Film.
Almost a quarter (23%) of internet users in Germany wanted to watch videos on the net which turned out to be inaccessible due to geoblocking.
After three years in Europe, Netflix is currently present in 13 countries and announced another three markets to be entered by the end of 2015.