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.
Telefónica has teamed up with online gaming company ESL to develop a platform, exclusive content and a professional electronic sports club as it bids to target millennials.
Netherlands-based telecoms group Altice has struck deals with US media companies NBCUniversal International and Discovery Communications, which will see its French operating company SFR offer new content across five new channels.
Telecom Italia (TIM) is offering mobile-first video to its customers after becoming the latest operator to deploy Vivendi’s Studio+ app.
Ericsson has won a tender to provide media delivery services for Australian public service broadcaster, Special Broadcasting Service (SBS).
Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao has expressed scepticism about Telefónica's proposed personal data bank, arguing his company is already doing right by its consumers on privacy.
Vittorio Colao committed Vodafone to launching a consumer IoT product directly to its customer base next year, as the operator unveiled its latest financials.
EE has integrated trending data from Twitter to promote discovery and discourse of the most talked about UK television shows on its EE TV platform.
Virgin Media has signed a new “long-term” deal for kids television content with entertainment company Turner, part of Time Warner.
Telefónica is to create a personal data bank for each of its 350 million customers to store, manage and sell their own data.
The average Briton has 27 apps on their phone, according to a new survey, but only uses six of them on a daily basis.
Virgin Media has launched free WhatsApp and Facebook messaging, including the transfer of pictures and videos on the social network platforms, for customers signing up to its new 4G tariffs in the UK.
Telia has signed a deal with Netflix to show the US company’s content across the Nordics and Baltics.
Proximus has introduced a range of new converged tariffs for residential and business customers, covering telephony, broadband and TV services.
Operators needs to focus on the needs of customers rather than trying to differentiate themselves, the Head of Marketing at Telefónica Digital UK has said.
Videos from BICS, Elemental, EY, O2 and the TM Forum discussing OTT/Digital Content are now available to view.
Ericsson has announced a number of deals with content distributors for its subscription-based video on demand (SVOD) service Nuvu, targeted at operators in emerging markets.
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