Austria’s national telco A1 Telekom Austria has launched its domestic OTT platform A1 Now offering 41 linear TV channels – 9 in HD quality – as livestreams for reception on […]
Internet drives Kabel Deutschland
Broadband internet access has been the draught horse of Kabel Deutschland in Q2 2015/16 with Germany’s largest cable operator increasing its number of internet customers by 98,000 to 2.8 million […]
Second screen gains importance in German TV households
The new forms of media consumption are becoming increasingly popular in Germany with more than half (56%) of Germans watching TV programmes and videos on smartphones, tablets or laptops.
Sky D selects AirTies for Wi-Fi access to Sky Anytime
AirTies Wireless Networks, a provider of wireless and OTT/IPTV technologies, supplies wireless connector SC201 to Sky Deutschland giving the German pay-TV broadcaster’s subscribers the opportunity to stream content from on-demand […]
Kabel Deutschland launches TV streaming app
Germany’s largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland has commenced offering its customers the possibility to watch selected TV channels using their smartphone or tablet at home.
Sky Deutschland to open PVR for streaming
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland will offer subscribers with PVR Sky+ a larger movie and TV series selection on on-demand service Sky Anytime from December 11, 2014.
Consumers frustrated at DVR limitation
Motorola Mobility’s Fourth Annual Media Engagement Barometer has found consumers developing a love for multiscreen content, but frustration with DVR storage.
Dutch to tax PVRs and tablets
The Dutch government is introducing a ‘home copying’ tax levy on all devices capable of recording sound and video content.
Canal takes NDS PVR Overseas
Canal Overseas is to deploy a new version of NDS MediaHighway and a Flash-based EPG for the first personal video recorder to be launched for its service across the Indian […]