The President of BBC Studios Americas has been named as the new boss of Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. Digital Networks is launching its SVOD service DC Universe, built around the DC comics brand.
International video-on-demand (VOD) platform Pantaflix will add movies from Warner Bros. to its line-up.
Russia’s leading pay-TV operator Tricolor TV has licensed around 200 titles from Warner Bros for its TV channels Kinopremium HD and Ostrosyujetnoe HD on a basic pay, non-exclusive basis.
Vubiquity has signed a deal to acquire Digital End-To-End (DETE), a managed content technology service, from Warner Bros. Technical Operations.
Roskomnadzor has blocked access to the sites livetv.sx and aliez.tv in Russia for illegally broadcasting the sports channel Nash Futbol.
The European Commission has sent a Statement of Objections on cross-border provision of pay-TV services available in UK and Ireland.
German commercial TV broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 will continue to hold the exclusive free-to-air TV rights on the movies and series of Warner Bros. for the next years following the renewal of its rights agreement with the Hollywood studio.
Civolution has announced that its SyncNow Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology synchronizes Warner Bros. France’s My Warner second screen app with Warner content, including DVDs, BDs, VODs and TV programming.
Russia’s leading DTH platform Tricolor TV has signed an agreement with Warner Bros.