It is almost a year since Aleks Habdank took over as head of TalkTalk TV, and with a number of key strategic decisions made the exec is looking to crank up the number of subscribers at the UK-based operator.
Altice saw its opcos in France and Portugal return to revenue growth in the fourth quarter, as it announced plans to produce a TV series with Sky Vision.
BT has stumped up another €1.2 billion to secure exclusive rights for European football until the end of the 2020/21 season.
YouTube has launched a TV subscription service in the US promising a new digital generation of customers that can watch “what they want, when they want and how they want”.
Telenor has signed a deal with Netflix to boost its content offering across all of its markets.
Vodafone Germany has selected a new cloud video service from Cisco as it looks to boost its content offering.
Vivendi-owned mobile-first TV and video service Studio+ has lofty goals.
Netgem is targeting operators with the launch of what it claimed is a new connected device category that brings together audio and video functionalities in a single unit.
The number of apps that consumers are using has dropped, as they search out those that offer multiple services, new research has shown.
Telefónica has signed a deal with Datami that will see sponsored data offered to its entire customer base.
Sky has deployed Nokia’s Velocix Content Delivery Network (CDN) to help it provide video services in the UK.
Cisco is set to acquire AppDynamics, a privately held application intelligence software company, in a $3.7 billion deal.
BT has introduced charges for BT Sport as part of a wider price hike.
Revenue from linear OTT video services is set to rise to $7 billion worldwide by 2021, according to new research.
Proximus has boosted its content offering with 60,000 radio stations and podcasts in a deal with radio aggregator Radioline.
Netflix registered its best ever quarter for subscriber growth in the final quarter of 2016 as the online TV and video company said international expansion was progressing well.
Telefónica is backing itself to become the world’s leading provider of Spanish content as it unveiled plans to spend €70 million this year on creating original TV programmes.
People are spending increasing amounts of time in and money on apps, according to new research.
Telekom Austria is distributing the Cartoon Network channel across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) after winning a deal with US media company Turner.
'Tis the season for predictions for the year ahead, so the team has picked through the multitude of forecasts that have come into European Communications and chosen some of the most pertinent.
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