German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland has increased its number of subscribers in Q1 2015/16 (July 1-September 30, 2014) by 94,000 to a total of 4.37 million.
Germany’s second largest cable operator Unitymedia has won 56,000 internet and 44,000 telephony customers in Q2 2015.
The turnover of pay-TV and video-on-demand operators in Germany has grown by 8% to €2.22 billion in 2014 compared with last year (2013: €2.05 billion).
Broadband internet access has been the main growth driver for Kabel Deutschland the last 12 months.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus recorded a total of 52,000 new internet and telephony subscriptions in 2014.
German teleshopping broadcaster HSE24 wants to push on its international expansion this year.
The turnover with advertising in the direct environment of video streaming offerings has increased by 17% to €240.6 million in Germany in 2014, according to current data from IHS Technology released by German industry association BITKOM.
The customers of Germany’s largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland signed a total of 262,000 new contracts for internet and telephony services in the last three months of 2014 (136,000 internet and 126,000 telephony contracts).
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland has won 214,000 new subscribers in the last three months of 2014 – the strongest customer growth in the company’s history.
The turnover achieved by video-on-demand (VOD) providers is expected to grow in Germany to €458 million this year – an increase by 42% compared with 2014.