Germany’s IPTV provdier Vodafone TV said it will carry all ten new public HD channels when they start broadcasting in May.
French based Wyplay has integrated the YouTube on TV application into its client middleware and is now deploying it with its Vodafone customers.
The Dutch branch of Vodafone has announced the launch of a triple play service over fibre networks in The Netherlands. Using the glass fibre infrastructure of Reggefiber, the telecoms company has started to offer its Thuis Internet, Bellen & TV bundle.
Vodafone Germany is rolling out its Vodafone TV service with its hybrid Vodafone TV Center at the heart of the system. The hybrid box allows customers to (continue) to receive analogue cable and digital satellite chanenls alongside Vodafone TV’s IPTV offer. The box will automatically select the best possible reception.
Amino Communications has been selected by Vodafone Iceland to supply it with HD set-tops as part of an upgrade to the IPTV platform.
The Spanish supreme court (El Tribunal Supremo) has dismissed the measures requested by Telefónica, Vodafone and ONO to stop the annual tax of 0.9% of their gross operating revenue to finance public broadcaster RTVE. The Ministry of the Presidency noted that the verdict reaffirms its full confidence in the legality of the law on financing […]
Vodafone is to launch a hybrid TV service called Vodafone Internet TV in Spain before the end of 2010, possibly as early as next month. The box will receive DVB-T channels, both free-to-air and pay-TV, as well as a number of IPTV delivered services including VOD.
Mobile operators O2, Orange and Vodafone are banding together for a trial of a new mobile broadcast system designed to bring greater efficiency to the delivery of data intensive services such as mobile TV. Integrated Mobile Broadcast (IMB) is a standardised 3GPP technology that recently received the endorsement of the GSMA. The multi-operator pilot will […]
Orange and Vodafone are seeking a reduction in the access fees charged by the Romanian incumbent telco Romtelecom to its infrastructure. This, reports ZF, would allow them to offer a wider portfolio of services including IPTV.