Fewer Dutch consumers consider it important to have the main TV channels in order to switch to an online OTT subscription from standard pay-TV, according to research by Telecompaper.
Dutch broadcaster SBS has launched a new online platform for short videos called S1.tv in cooperation with Social1influencers.
The three main Dutch broadcasting groups will be testing live streaming on their premium catch-up OTT service NLZiet.
Two-thirds of all Dutch viewers use on-demand services, according to research by SAMR (Smart Agent Market Response).
Tine Austvoll Jensen has been appointed as the new CFO and COO of SBS Discovery Networks Norway replacing Morten Scotland Hansen who is retiring.
SBS Broadcasting in the Netherlands will be launching its fourth channel, SBS9, on January 1, 2015.
Discovery Communications is looking to buy SBS Broadcasting, according to De Telegraaf quoting ‘well-informed sources’.
Peter de Mönnink, CEO Sanoma Media Netherlands, will be the new CEO of SBS Broadcasting in the Netherlands from October 1.
Belgian operator Telenet is close to buying the 33% share in De Vijver Media holding now owned by Sanoma publishing.
The three main Dutch broadcasting groups have launched their common S-VOD portal, NLziet. Subscriptions cost €7.95 a month