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Netflix, Enseo check in to hotel deal

Netflix, Enseo check in to hotel deal

Netflix and hospitality sector specialist Enseo have agreed a deal expanding Enseo’s rights to distribute the Netflix app on select Enseo devices to any hotel under a specific contract with…

LG adds Channel Plus to smart TVs

LG has launched Channel Plus on 2016 LG Smart TVs with webOS – a streaming service offering free access to an extensive roster of premium Internet content (available as both…

iPlayer loophole closure to block 4,000 hours of content

iPlayer loophole closure to block 4,000 hours of content

On September 1st, users of BBC’s on-demand service, iPlayer, will no longer be legally allowed to access it without a TV licence, currently paid for by some 26 million households.…

Liberty chief: “Netflix not cool anymore”

Mike Fries, the chief executive of Virgin Media owner Liberty Global, has said that Netflix has lost its “cool factor” and is no longer a major threat to pay-TV companies.…

Netflix fails to make impression in Italy

Netflix fails to make impression in Italy

Netflix has failed to make an impression in Italy, as subscriptions to the online streaming service are not growing as fast as expected, according to the director of the Media…

Vodafone Italia partners with Chili TVoD platform

Vodafone Italia partners with Chili TVoD platform

Vodafone Italia has partnered with Italy-based TVoD platform Chili to provide the Chili app on Vodafone TV set-top boxes. From this autumn, Vodafone TV customers will be able to purchase…

FX chief: “Netflix could gain power over creativity”

The head of the FX channel, John Landgraf, speaking at a Television Critics Association event hosted by FX on August 9th, said that of some 500 original scripted series that…

bobbles.tv targets expat communities

Pay-TV platform bobbles.tv, which delivers TV channels from all over the world has been launched. The service, which can be received throughout Europe via satellite and Internet, is targeting around…

Hulu free content moving to Yahoo

Hulu, the US online streaming service co-owned by Time Warner, Disney, 21st Century Fox and NBCUniversal, is dropping all free TV content that it was initially known for as it…

Hastings: ‘Netflix the natural way to watch TV’

Hastings: ‘Netflix the natural way to watch TV’

CEO Reed Hastings has suggested that in the future, Internet TV services such as Netflix will be akin to the mobile phone, eventually becoming the natural way of viewing. Speaking…