The three main Dutch language Belgian brodcasters are launching Stievie, their common TV everywhere service on Friday, December 6.
The main three Dutch broadcasting groups, NPO, RTL and SBS, are launching a common S-VOD platform in 2014.
SBS Broadcasting will be launching a fourth, female-skewed channel in The Netherlands in 2014.
Just weeks before a nation-wide launch, the Flemish OTT service Stievie is running into issues about catch-up TV rights.
SBS Nederland has racked up losses to the tune of €176 million during 2012.
SBS Discovery is buying Sweden’s TV11 from the TV4 Group.
Finnish media group Sanoma has amortised EUR392 million on the goodwill of SBS Netherlands.
Samsung has announced it will bring the main three Dutch catch-up TV services to its smart TV platform.
Dutch private broadcaster SBS is launching a second screen app for iPad called SBS6+ to accompany the bulk of its prime time programming.
Dutch private broadcaster SBS has launched Kijk eerder (Dutch for ‘Watch before’), an on-demand service to watch upcoming episodes of new SBS programmes.