Austrian media company Red Bull Media House will not cease distribution of its TV channel Servus TV in Germany at the end of 2016.
Austrian media company Red Bull Media House will withdraw its TV channel Servus TV from neighbouring Germany and Switzerland at the end of 2016.
Austrian energy drink manufacturer Red Bull won’t close down its German-language TV channel Servus TV.
Austrian billionaire and Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz has had enough from the losses of his company’s free-to-air channel Servus TV and pulls the emergency brake: The channel will be closed down this year.
Unitel, the world’s largest production company specialised in classical music, wants to make Ultra HD the standard for its recordings of concerts, operas and theatre plays.
Servus TV will encrypt its channel for viewers in Austria on Astra (19.2° East) from March 1, 2016.
Austrian commercial TV channel Servus TV has acquired the TV broadcast rights of motor sports series MotoGP for Austria.
Germany’s largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland has taken programmes from Servus TV and Red Bull Media House on board its video-on-demand (VOD) service Select Video.
German private broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 said it will launch its new thematic channel ProSieben Maxx during the fourth quarter of the year and will target “older men”.
CE manufacturer Smart Electronic has added the Servus TV Mediathek to its Smartportal. Owners of the hybrid receivers VX10, CX10 and Zappix HD+ can now access the Servus TV on-demand programming.