3 Screen Solutions (3SS), a German provider of customised software solutions and services to the multiscreen digital entertainment industry, has been certified as a Huawei technology and development partner by the global consumer electronics company.
Switzerland’s national telco Swisscom has launched an internet TV platform offering 190 TV channels as live-streams.
UK media company Perform Group has acquired the exclusive rights to broadcast English Premier League matches live and on-demand in Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein from the start of the 2016/17 season, ousting previous rights holder Sky Deutschland.
US action and adventure sports network TEN: The Enthusiast Network has selected Kaltura and 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) for the launch of its new Motor Trend OnDemand subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service.
US professional wrestling league WWE will take its OTT platform WWE Network to Germany: From January 5, 2016 wrestling fans will be able to sign up for the offering; the first months is free of charge.
US media company Scripps Networks Interactive has made its thematic channels Food Network and Fine Living available in German-speaking Europe for the first time.
Deutsche Telekom will expand its OTT service for basketball fans by games from US league NBA.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has extended its partnership with Microsoft.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 will launch a music TV channel in Ultra HD resolution in October 2015.
Austrian DTT platform simpliTV wants to introduce an internet service on October 5, 2015 enabling customers to surf the net, receive further TV channels as live-streams and use video-on-demand services.