Dutch DJ and entrepreneur Erik de Zwart is launching 24Trains.tv, an online multimedia platform for the real train lover.
Nenda, an up-and-coming Swedish company, is being launched with the aim of revolutionizing the B2B TV market with a streaming service for the hotel industry.
AT&T’s WarnerMedia is planning to run new episodes of some of its popular cable shows—such as TNT’s The Alienist, first on its upcoming streaming service, before they debut on cable networks, according to The Information.
Disney+ will launch in the US on November 12, and will cost $6.99 per month (or $69.99 a year), the company announced during Disney’s 2019 Investor Day in Burbank, Calif.
Disney may test its planned streaming OTT service Disney+ in the Netherlands, according to a report in The Information.
Discovery Benelux is launching a new premium streaming video OTT service Dplay, offering on-demand and live streaming from Discovery, TLC and Investigation Discovery, among others.
MGM-owned Epix has launched a streaming OTT companion to its premium channel EPIX Now in the US.
Conviva reports striking trends amidst 165% Q4 growth in streaming TV viewership: live content driving durges such aAs 217% US news spike due to midterm elections.
YouTube TV, the streaming OTT service from. Google, is going ‘nationwide’ in the US reaching the Top 95 markets, or around 98% of the population.
Could increasing competition from AT&T’s Warner Media and Disney bring some unpopular changes to the video-streaming service sector?