Virgin Media is targeting online gamers with a dedicated service that can be added on to a broadband subscription.
EE is to offer Apple Music to its subscribers as it launches the latest salvo in the bid for leadership of the UK’s mobile market.
Telekom Austria has won a deal to help India-based travel channel travelxp HD launch in Europe.
Sky has invested an undisclosed sum in online TV rights start-up The RightsXchange (TRX).
The number of apps on Apple’s App Store will grow 73 percent by the end of 2020, according to new predictive analysis.
Liberty Global has signed up production and distribution company All3Media to produce exclusive content for its customers.
Telecom Italia (TIM) has signed a deal with NBCUniversal International Distribution that sees the US-based media company provide a portfolio of content that includes classic 1980’s film Back to the Future.
Virgin Media is to spend €10 million on acquiring free-to-air commercial broadcaster UTV Ireland from ITV.
EE is giving customers access to BT’s sports content as the two companies look to leverage each other’s assets for the first time.
Altice and the founders of Cablevision have struck a new deal for the ownership and management of the Newsday Media Group.
Ireland’s eir has rebranded the Setanta Sports Channel business it acquired last year and unveiled a range of new content rights.
Sky’s OTT TV service is to offer UK customers a triple-play service without the need to sign up to a contract.
MVNO Lebara has teamed up with Uber to offer customers money off the taxi service.
Ireland’s eir is to zero-rate data for consumers using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
European Communications has launched its latest research into the OTT/digital content space.
Virgin Media has signed a new deal with UKTV to double the number of programmes on its roster.
Vodafone UK has partnered with Readly that sees the magazine app offered to its customer base.
UK MVNO Tesco Mobile has launched a sponsored data offering that it said will reduce subscribers’ monthly bills.
Consumers are increasingly putting customer care and operators’ service, device portfolios as their key reasons for being loyal, a new report had found.
The growth in mobile internet connections is a bigger global disruption than the industrial revolution, the UK Head of PwC’s Entertainment & Media division has said.
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