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Luxembourg: 4KUniverse on PostTV

American Entertainment company 4KUniverse has expanded its European presence by joining Luxembourg IPTV platform PostTV. 4KUniverse is a 24hr 4K HDR general entertainment TV channel that airs original series, movies,…

BritBox unveils UK management team

BritBox unveils UK management team

The management team for BritBox, the SVoD service created by UK PSBs the BBC and ITV, has been announced in the run-up to the service’s planned launch in the fourth…

beoutQ ISD seller convicted

beoutQ ISD seller convicted

A retailer in London has been convicted at the City of London Magistrates’ Court for selling illegal streaming devices (ISDs) which gave access to unauthorised Premier League broadcasts and other…

Research: US homes increasingly multiple SVoD subs

Research from analyst firm Parks Associates finds that the percentage of households with multiple OTT subscriptions has increased by 130 per cent since 2014. In 2019,  46 per cent of…

Study: Brits rate Wi-Fi over partner

When at home, 5.1 million people use broadband every single minute, according to UK multiplay operator TalkTalk. There is a new generation of Britons choosing nights in with family, staying…

Research: Chromecast Australia’s most popular DTV service

Research: Chromecast Australia’s most popular DTV service

Findings from research firm Roy Morgan shows that Google Chromecast is Australia’s most popular digital television service, with 12.1 per cent owning the service. Uptake has more than doubled over…

BFI Player on Apple TV

BFI Player on Apple TV

The BFI, the UK’s lead organisation for film, has announced that its BFI Player subscription service is now available to UK customers through Apple TV channels on the Apple TV…

Report: Connected TV now half of all video ad impressions

Report: Connected TV now half of all video ad impressions

Connected TV (CTV) has established itself as a brand building essential that is clearly here to stay. It now accounts for a full 50 per cent of all video ad…

CCS predicts sport on Netflix; Alexa to umpire tennis

CCS predicts sport on Netflix; Alexa to umpire tennis

Global analyst firm CCS Insight has revealed its predictions for 2020 and beyond. Covering topics from the future of 5G, through the rise of bias testing in AI and the…

Wurl launches AdPool

Wurl, a provider of streaming video distribution and advertising services for connected TV, has announced the general availability of AdPool, a new advertising marketplace enabling video producers to sell their…

Survey: 88% limit at 2 streaming subscriptions

Survey: 88% limit at 2 streaming subscriptions

Research commissioned by OpenX, the independent advertising exchange, in partnership with The Harris Poll, demonstrates the UK’s changing viewing habits as the streaming wars continue to heat up in the…

MediaMath commits to ad supply chain accountability

Advertising technology company MediaMath has pledged to clean up the digital media supply chain by committing to a 100 per cent accountable and addressable supply chain by the end of…

TiVo+ and TiVo EDGE unveiled

TiVo+ and TiVo EDGE unveiled

Entertainment technology and audience insights specialist TiVo has revealed TiVo+, its new video network and TiVo EDGE, which it describes as its most advanced device ever for home entertainment viewing.…

Conway Corp selects Vecima for next-gen IP delivery

Conway Corporation, a North American cable provider, has selected Vecima’s MediaScaleX solution to power its new IPTV multiscreen service. Moving from QAM to IP delivery systems, Conway Corp will be…

Is Netflix now an accident waiting to happen?

In the latest issue of Euromedia we look at the dawning of the era of D2C. It is, I suppose, the natural evolution of the stunning success of the era…