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Denmark

SF Studios announces new Danish comedy Maybe Baby

In 9 months, director Barbara Topsøe-Rothenborg’s new comedy feature Maybe Baby (Danish title: Bytte Bytte Baby) will premiere in cinemas in Denmark. The film starts shooting this month and stars acclaimed Danish actors Mille Dinesen, Katinka Lærke Petersen, Lars Ranthe and Kasper Dalsgaard in the leading roles. SF Studios produces the film with producer Marcella […]

April 22, 2022

BBC, ITV reveal World Cup 2022 schedule

The BBC and ITV have revealed their coverage plans for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar this winter. The BBC will show England’s opening match against Iran on November 21st, as well as the possible Home Nations group match against the final European qualifier, which will be one of Wales, Scotland or Ukraine. ITV will […]

April 7, 2022By Nik Roseveare

NENT, TV 2 Danmark agree settlement

Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) and TV 2 Danmark have agreed a settlement relating to NENT Group’s claim for damages submitted in 2006. TV 2 Danmark will pay NENT Group DKK 430 million (approximately €58m) as a full and final settlement of the case. NENT Group’s claim against TV 2 Danmark and its owner, the […]

March 31, 2022

24i powers Waoo

24i, the video streaming specialist, has announced its streaming platform is now being used by Danish fibre broadband provider Waoo to bring its pay-TV service to a new generation of Android TV set top boxes, adding third party aggregated content and enhanced search functionality. Waoo has used the 24i streaming platform since 2010 to bring […]

February 16, 2022

Aferian delivers double digit growth

Aferian, the B2B video streaming solutions company, has announced its results for the year ended November 30th 2021. The company reports double digit growth across the majority of key performance metrics with significantly improved quality of earnings and revenue visibility with an exit run rate ARR up 43 per cent on the previous year. The […]

February 10, 2022

Denmark to levy streaming tax

Denmark is to levy a tax on streaming services in order to help fund home-grown TV and film output. The tax will be “up to 5 per cent” according to local reports. However, the OTT players – including Netflix, Disney+ and HBO Max – will be required to reveal their company algorithms which determine which […]

February 4, 2022By Chris Forrester

Mediapro acquires World Padel Tour rights

Mediapro has acquired the international audiovisual broadcasting rights to World Padel Tour. The agreement gives the audiovisual rights for World Padel Tour to Mediapro for the upcoming seasons. World Padel Tour has chosen Mediapro to help with the roll-out of international expansion of the competition. With this coming together, World Padel Tour said it has […]

February 1, 2022

VICE signs content partnership wtih Viaplay

VICE Distribution, the distribution arm of VICE Media Group, has secured a new content partnership with the Viaplay streaming service for over 210 hours of VICE programming for the Nordic and Baltic regions, with titles spanning true crime, investigative documentary, entertainment, sport and lifestyle. The partnership covers Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and […]

January 31, 2022

Norlys expands wholesale business with new launch on Cerillion

Cerillion has announced a significant step in the successful deployment of its Enterprise BSS/OSS suite at Norlys in Denmark, enabling Norlys to expand its market reach through connectivity into the country’s open access wholesale platform. The Cerillion solution automates service fulfilment for new fibre services, enabling Norlys to seamlessly grow its addressable market as it […]

January 10, 2022

TRIAX, Ikusi Multimedia transition into one brand

Following the merger of Spanish company Klode Media, formerly Ikusi Multimedia, and Danish company TRIAX, the two companies become one organisation under one name and brand: TRIAX. The headquarters for the united organisation will be in Denmark with subsidiaries in 11 countries and partner presence in 60 more. Group CEO, Ken Cordes, commented: “Having one […]

January 4, 2022