Greece’s OTE has renewed broadcasting rights for the UEFA Champions League and Europa League for a further three years.
Orange has launched a new advertising-free TV service for 15-35 year-olds that features the likes of eSports, Manga and South Park.
European Communications has picked out six predictions for the year ahead, featuring content, new business areas and M&A megadeals.
European Communications’ second annual digital transformation survey is now live and we'd like to invite operators to contribute their views.
BT and Sky will be able to resell each other’s TV content in the UK through a new deal, as Sunrise announced it would offer the Sky Sports app to customers.
By Niall Norton, CEO, Openet
Over 30,000 customers have opened accounts at Orange Bank, the operator’s CEO has revealed, as the telco updated the market at the midway point of its latest five-year plan.
Telecoms Italia’s (TIM) board of directors has agreed CEO Amos Genish can push ahead with plans to expand its content offering.
Orange is making software that turns smartphones into remote controls open source as it looks to make the technology available to other operators.
TalkTalk is bringing together its disparate TV offering onto a unified platform as it looks to deliver “ubiquitous” access to content.
Deutsche Telekom has extended a deal with Netflix to make content from the Stranger Things producer available to all of its subsidiaries in Europe.
Telefónica’s Spanish subsidiary has signed a deal with Disney to launch a TV channel, in the telco’s latest push to boost its content offering.
Deutsche Telekom has signed up pop star Justin Bieber to advertise its zero-rated content service StreamOn.
Swisscom is promising to manage the entire telephony, internet and IT needs of its small business customers as it launched an update to its TV service.
Understanding how to serve five specific customer segments is key to succeeding in the TV and video space, according to a new study.
TIM is strengthening its ties with majority shareholder Vivendi after creating a content JV with the French company's pay-TV arm Canal+.
Ericsson has won a multi-year deal with FOX that will see the two companies launch three new HD channels in the Middle East.
Content providers can now use Ericsson technology to deliver on-demand streaming applications to customers.
Snapchat is getting into original content production via a new joint venture with NBCUniversal.
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.
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