Netflix has become the first UK streaming service to carry BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) age ratings on all of its films and TV shows.
Five global platforms are expected to have a total of 678 million paying customers by 2025.
Online services such as Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime face the prospect of having to allocate 5% of the income they generate in Spain to finance European films and series.
Netflix has launched a new service that puts its content into a regular linear channel.
Turkey’s Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK) has awarded Netflix and Amazon Prime Video 10-year licences to operate in the country.
Half of all internet homes in Spain were already receiving OTT services such as Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime as of the second quarter of this year.
Netflix has raised monthly charges in the US for its standard and premium subscription plans, a move that sent the company’s shares climbing nearly 5%.
German software solutions provider 3SS and Chinese set-top box (STB) manufacturer Skyworth Digital have integrated their technologies to create a new STB platform enabling faster Android TV service launches.
Netflix’s recent record growth slowed considerably in the third quarter, with the company recording only 2.2 million paid net additional customers.
Netflix has launched a fully localised service in Russia in partnership with National Media Group (NMG).