German commercial broadcaster Tele 5 simplifies access to its catch-up TV service on mobile devices.
The Sky Kids app, which has been available on tablets for two years, can now also be used on smartphones in Germany.
The Streaming Video Alliance, a global industry forum comprised of companies from the online video ecosystem, have announced the findings of its Mobile Video: Exposed report that explores consumers’ perceptions and behaviors around watching video on mobile phones.
French media company Trace will launch an international subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service in June 2016.
German mobile TV app Dailyme TV has commenced offering its users more than 600 videos from the archive of German science channel Welt der Wunder TV.
German network operator Kevag Telekom will offer its customers the multiscreen IPTV platform from M7 Deutschland.
Switzerland’s national telco Swisscom has launched an internet TV platform offering 190 TV channels as live-streams.
Austrian cable operator Kabel-TV Lampert has chosen the multiscreen TV platform solution of Swiss internet TV provider Zattoo to offer its customers TV packages on smartphones and tablets.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has extended its partnership with Microsoft.
German commercial broadcast group Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland has launched its new video portal: RTL Next offers news and entertainment, customised for access on smartphones, tablets and latops.