BT Sport subscribers can now watch international hockey after the UK-based operator inked a deal with the International Hockey Federation (FIH).
MegaFon has signed a deal with Uber as it looks to expand its pool of partners and work on new services with the taxi service.
Subscribers to Proximus’ TV service will be able to watch programmes including Gaycation and Bong Appetit after the operator signed a deal with VICE Media.
Ramon Fernandez has given coded criticism of Altice's "extremely aggressive" content strategy and said Orange would not "pay extremely high prices for products that do not necessarily make a difference".
Bouygues Telecom is giving subscribers free access to over 1,000 online publications, as it looks to tap into what it described as a surge in digital media usage.
Context is key to the future success of telcos, speakers at the DigiWorld Future event have said.
Mobile operator group Three is attempting to woo online gamers through tailored offerings in partnership with gaming brand Razer.
The CEO of Altice has said fibre is the future as the operator acquired exclusive broadcasting rights to UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League football.
Entertainment apps dominate smartphones both in terms of time spent by consumers and data usage, according to new figures.
The Managing Director of BT Sport and BT TV is leaving after a three-year stint that saw the company’s customer base increase by 72 percent.
DNA has launched a new set-top box in Finland based on Google’s Android TV platform.
The number of pay-TV subscribers in Western Europe will continue to grow over the next five years thanks to the impact of digital channels, according to new research.
Ericsson is launching a content discovery solution for broadcasters, offering viewers access to the likes of trailers, cast and crew information and episodic data through their television.
Irish telecoms provider eir is introducing a sports app for mobile as a new way to serve content to its mobile customers.
Sky and HBO have announced plans to co-produce two drama series a year as part of a $250 million deal.
Netflix is to spend over $1 billion on marketing this year as it looks to boost subscriber numbers.
Altice has launched a cooking channel across its international footprint as it drives forward its content strategy.
By Ted Woodbery, Vice President of Marketing at Synchronoss
Deutsche Telekom is offering mobile customers in Germany the chance to listen to music services from Amazon and Apple, as well as watch the likes of Netflix, on an unlimited basis.
Telefónica has signed up three international distribution partners as it looks to make good on a promise to become the world’s leading provider of Spanish content.
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