OB opting to strengthen alliances with other OTT players instead of building out own video content platform. Movistar Play remains live in a host of other Latin American markets, but ambitious growth targets across LatAm far off realisation.
Platform launch is one of multiple moves in German TV revamp. Start of migration appears to be happening several months behind schedule. Rollout solidifies Group strategy for TV technology platform.
New live-TV streaming service raises hackles of media partners over how channels are distributed. Sievert does not see TVision as a profit pool, or loss leader, but way to stimulate demand for 5G and fixed wireless broadband. TVision Home to shutter on 30 December 2020.
VP of European Affairs launches no-holds-barred attack; wants regulation to be “enabling” rather than “value-destructing”. Exec calls for rethink on spectrum auctions, wholesale roaming, and mobile termination rates.
Operating business gives pay-TV service a major refresh with platform of platforms feel.
Vodafone Technology Director sees creative collaboration and an emphasis on core connectivity as crucial to building a role in digital services ecosystem, with IoT a key example of the opportunity. BT Enterprise CTIO highlights the way digital services demand is both accelerating and evolving in response to pandemic.
Digital services revenue hits 17% revenue increase year-on-year, with the bulk coming from video services. Telefónica Infra remains barebones, but the future looks promising.
Rival claims foul play in behind-scenes negotiations with Disney.
TIWS formed a bilateral SMS messaging interconnection agreement with Hammer Fiber Optics Holdings, a fledgling wireless service provider based in New Jersey, USA.
Atresmedia Corporación assured that its pending video content joint venture (JV) with Telefónica España remained set for creation.
Integration of Sky’s Now TV into BT’s YouView‑based platform enabling Consumer to offer a more rounded pay‑TV product with simplified access to a range of OTT services. New packages built on apparently contradictory goals of leveraging demand for flexible on‑demand services while also tying customers into two‑year contracts. Sky ...