Dutch public broadcaster NPO has launched a new iOS version of its apps for iPhones and iPads.
The Dutch public broadcasters are rebranding and renaming all their radio stations, TV channels and online activities under the NPO brand from August 19.
The Dutch government aims to take a decision in early 2015 on the future of the Dutch digital terrestrial television (DVB-T) services.
The three main Dutch broadcasting groups have launched their common S-VOD portal, NLziet. Subscriptions cost €7.95 a month
The Dutch public broadcasters are stepping up their efforts to launch new HbbTV services, despite the fact that major cablers Ziggo and UPC, as well as KPN IPTV, do not distribute the service.
Usage of the Dutch catch-up TV service NPO Uitzending Gemist has grown 10% during 2013 with a total of 314 million requests on the web, apps and connected TVs.
The three Dutch public channels will end their free-to-view service on the CanalDigitaal DTH platform on August 1, 2014.
The main three Dutch broadcasting groups, NPO, RTL and SBS, are launching a common S-VOD platform in 2014.
NPO, the umbrella organisation of the Dutch public broadcasters, will launch a premium VOD service on a subscription basis.
The Dutch public broadcasters have launched a new app, called NPO, which combines live TV and radio and catch-up TV.