German digital media solutions provider TeraVolt is launching its TVXray service for Android TV, enabling smart TV viewers to access real-time data on live sporting events.
German service provider TeraVolt has been commissioned by public broadcast network ARD to develop a client system for all HbbTV-based ARD teletext services.
German public broadcaster WDR has opted for the operating system from Hamburg-based digital TV agency TeraVolt for the HbbTV application of children’s series Sendung mit der Maus.
In a pan-European tender German public broadcaster ZDF has awarded the budget for the further development of its catch-up TV service to TeraVolt.
The open HbbTV standard is the leading TV app platform on TV sets in German households, followed by Samsung Tizen and Amazon Fire TV.
The ARD Tagesschau app is now available on almost 2 million Android TVs in Germany, bringing the pubcaster’s newscasts to the big screen.
Disney+, which will launch in many European countries on March 24, 2020, has a user experience equal to Amazon Prime Video, but still clearly lags behind industry leader Netflix.
German digital TV service provider TeraVolt has developed a solution for DRM-protected content to be added to freely available HbbTV-based catch-up services on smart TV sets.
German Bundesliga football club FC St. Pauli has launched an online video service for fans based on Jupiter, the new end-to-end multiscreen sports video platform devised by TeraVolt which takes […]
TeraVolt and 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) have been selected to design, engineer, develop and integrate apps and management systems for bobbles.tv, the new pan-European video entertainment platform recently launched via […]