Just a couple of years ago Telefónica was happily aggregating content from traditional sources to entertain subscribers in its home market, but in January this year that all changed.
Netflix continued its impressive financial performance in the third quarter as it lauded the performance of its telco partnerships.
Nick Jeffery took the reins of Vodafone UK in September 2016. He talks about his first year in charge and why he hopes competitors will fear the company moving forward
A majority of viewers now prefer on-demand viewing over scheduled linear TV viewing, according to new research from Ericsson.
Germans "invading" a French village to save it from bankruptcy is the unlikely setting for Deutsche Telekom's first foray into content production.
Huawei has expanded its video portfolio, while Finland’s DNA and Telekom Austria have announced new deals to distribute their TV offerings, as the IBC event draws to a close.
Altice will provide 4K HDR set top boxes to its entire customer base after signing a deal with manufacturer ARRIS.
Olaf Swantee discusses his first year in charge of Switzerland’s Sunrise, including rebranding, launching quad-play and having the best mobile network
More than half of consumers regularly stream video on mobile, according to new research published at the IBC conference.
Johanna Berlinde is unequivocal: it’s not possible that every company that is launching a streaming service will survive in the future.
Nokia has launched a new cloud-based platform to allow broadcasters to design content applications, as it looks to cash in on what it said was the beginning of the end of the set top box and the start of more personalised services.
Orange has renewed its partnership with Netflix, expanding the video on-demand company’s services to all its opcos.
Virtual reality will become ever more central to BT Sport, its Chief Operating Officer believes, as the business looks ahead to a tighter integration with EE.
It’s not often that you get to discuss pornography with a telecoms exec, either on or off the record, but Stephanie Rockmann doesn’t blink when this rather unusual topic is raised.
Sky has launched a contract-free TV offering in Spain as it looks to take the fight to local content providers.
Elisa has launched a new TV service in Estonia as it looks to leverage its acquisition of local cableco Starman.
Deutsche Telekom has added new hit shows to its TV offering, after signing deals with major content companies, and introduced new customer service features and targeted offerings.
MTS has opened up its TV service to third-party app designers as it seeks to expand choice and flexibility on the platform.
By Mark Collins, Senior Product Manager, Openet
Swedish triple-play provider Com Hem is to offer a range of "digital" services to customers after signing a deal with TMPL.
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