Ericsson plans to expand its content discovery business with the acquisition of US-based FYI Television.
By Jennifer Kyriakakis, Founder and VP Marketing, MATRIXX Software
Netflix has launched its internet TV service in more than 130 new countries as it looks to continue to grow outside its home market.
OTE has renewed its exclusive broadcasting rights to English Premier League football as it aims to bolster its growing TV business.
eir has purchased sports broadcaster Setanta Sports Channel Ireland as it looks to boost its TV offering.
Proximus is pursuing damages relating to Telenet’s acquisition of Interkabel assets in 2007.
Telefónica has revealed a new strategic plan that will see the telco become a “100 percent digital company”.
Altice has won exclusive rights to broadcast Premier league football matches in France and Monaco.
Iliad-owned Free Mobile has added Dutch music channel DJAZZ.tv to its TV service as it attempts to win over music fans.
Ofcom has lifted its policy that requires Sky to offer Sky Sports 1 and 2 to rivals on a wholesale basis.
Ericsson is rolling out a new video-on-demand (VoD) service in Africa, launching initially with Airtel Nigeria.
When moving to the cloud, the motto 'the first step is the hardest' is one that rings particularly true for the enterprise app market.
Three UK is kicking off a new partnership with Deezer by offering customers a free subscription to the music streaming service.
EE has boosted its fledgling TV service with the addition of 25 new channels following a partnership with streaming service TVPlayer.
Telstra has launched an application suite for enterprises featuring a range of business tools and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions.
Operators need to be “more mature” in their attitude toward partnerships if they hope to drive new revenues, Telstra’s Head of EMEA has said.
Swisscom has invested an undisclosed amount in operator-backed software platform SoftAtHome.
BT’s investment in sports helped it pull in record TV customer numbers in the three months to September, fuelled by demand for Champions League football.
More than eight in 10 UK households will have signed up to bundles of at least two telecom and media services from the same provider by 2019, according to new research.
MTS will adopt the Vodafone brand in Ukraine as part of an extended partnership to develop the country's mobile services market.
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