Israeli pay-TV provider Yes is to extend the use of Spacecom’s Amos 7 satellite into 2025.
discovery+ to launch in Israel
Warner Bros. Discovery and yes have expanded their partnership to include the launch of discovery+ in Israel.
Competition investigation forces Disney+ to drop Yes exclusivity
Israel’s competition authority has closed an investigation into an exclusive streaming deal between Walt Disney and satellite platform Yes.
Yes to market Disney+ in Israel
Bezeq’s Yes is reported to have signed a preferential cooperation agreement with Disney+ in Israel.
Spacecom and Yes extend Amos deal
Spacecom has signed a two-year extension agreement with D.B.S. Satellite Services, the operator of Yes DTH in Israel.
Israel’s yes launches next-gen TV service with 3SS
Yes, the pay-TV subsidiary of Israeli telco Bezeq, has selected technology from German multiscreen software solutions provider 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) for its Sting TV streaming service.
Yes partners with Synamedia
The Israeli pay-TV operator Yes is deploying Synamedia’s end-to-end video network portfolio to achieve broadcast-equivalent latency for its cloud-based, internet-only TV services.
Koby Gal-Raday joins Beta as chief content officer
German production company Beta Film has appointed senior film and TV executive Koby Gal-Raday to the management board in the newly created post of chief content officer.
Yes ready for online move
Subscriber numbers at Israel’s Yes slipped by 7,000 on the quarter as the Beseq-owned operator prepared to begin the transition from satellite to online delivery.
Yes launches streaming service
The Bezeq-owned Israeli satellite broadcaster yes will use Apple TV for its new streaming service.