In an unintended consequence of the US-China trade dispute, the North American television market has increased its adoption of smart TVs—particularly those based on the Roku TV operating system.
International music video service Xite is now available exclusively on Samsung Tizen Smart TVs sold from 2015 onwards in the UK and Ireland.
Netflix has just published its annual list of TVs that provide the best performance and are the easiest to use for Netflix (and, ultimately, other streaming services).
SES has demonstrated the delivery of an 8K signal directly to a flat screen TV without the need for a separate external receiver or decoder.
The all-new Apple TV app is now available for Samsung Smart TVs, marking the first time the video player has been available beyond Apple’s own platforms.
Dutch music channel 192TV has launched a direct-to-consumer OTT service with the introduction of a Samsung smart TV app.
Dutch premium movie platform Film1 is now also available via an app on Samsung Smart TVs from 2016 onwards.
According to a recent report from Strategy Analytics, worldwide sales of smart TVs reached 157 million units in 2018, representing 67% of all TVs sold during the year.
Samsung has commenced offering German internet TV platform waipu.tv on all QLED and Ultra HD smart TV sets sold in Germany in 2019 as a pre-installed app on multimedia portal Samsung Smart Hub.
Samsung will offer integrated access to German DTH satellite platform HD+ on all new QLED and Ultra HD TV sets sold in Germany from the end of March 2019.