EE TV customers will be able to control their set-top boxes through voice commands after the UK operator added support for the Amazon Alexa virtual assistant.
Facebook is launching a new video platform as it looks to give users another reason not to leave the social network.
The Walt Disney Company is launching its own streaming service as part of a series of announcements that sees it take direct control of its content offering.
Netflix has bought comic book publisher Millarworld in its first ever acquisition.
VEON has launched the latest version of its mobile internet platform in four new markets, as it continues its reinvention as a digital services company.
Liberty Global has teamed up with investment firm TPG Growth to launch a global TV production and distribution studio.
Netflix has more subscribers outside of the US for the first time, as the media company saw sales jump by a third in Q2.
Peter Hutton’s LinkedIn profile shows he likes a joke, but the Eurosport CEO is deadly serious about how bespoke content from the Olympic Games, and possibly other events, could help mobile operators.
Orange is to launch a new content division and has committed €100 million over the next five years to producing a range of “ambitious series”.
José Luis Casas, who was appointed Global Director of Advertising at Telefónica last month, discusses sponsored data, Axonix and A2P messaging.
Virgin Mobile has added Twitter to the services it is offering completely free of charge to customers.
Three UK is zero-rating content from Netflix, TV Player, SoundCloud and Deezer as it looks to tap into what it described as “an explosion” of binge-watching and content streaming.
BT Sport has added to its roster of content by acquiring new rights to broadcast European rugby.
The proposed merger between Twenty-First Century Fox and Sky is set to face further scrutiny from the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority.
Orange has partnered with acclaimed French director Luc Besson on his upcoming film release, in its latest foray into the content space.
TIM has signed a deal with Discovery Communications to offer content from the Olympic Games to subscribers.
BT is adding its sports app to its business broadband bundles to enable customers to watch the likes of Premier League football during work “downtime”.
Apple has hired two Sony TV executives as it accelerates its push into original content.
Nokia said a suite of new IP technology launches has been designed to prepare businesses and operators for a complete rethink of how their internet infrastructure is set up.
Sky and Virgin Media have announced a partnership that aims to persuade advertisers of the continued merits of TV advertising in the UK and Ireland.
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