Pay TV Operators


MásMóvil strikes deal to offer DAZN across its brands

Spanish service provider MásMóvil has struck a deal with sports streamer DAZN to distribute the service across multiple brands, bringing coverage of local top-tier football from LaLiga to its subscribers. MásMóvil will distribute DAZN to subscribers to its Yoigo, Virgin telco, Euskaltel, R and Telecable brands – the last four part of the Euskaltel Group […]

Travelxp lands on MEO in Portugal

Travel channel provider Travelxp 4K has struck a deal with Altice Portgual’s MEO, enabling it to expand its European footprint. Viewers in Portugal are now able to watch global travel programmes from their homes, thanks to MEO’s launch of Travelxp. The channel will be available in high definition for MEO subscribers on channel 124 for […]

Google Fiber announces first expansion in half a decade

Google has announced its first broadband expansion in five years. The Alphabet-owned company, which also oversees the Android TV CTV platform, has announced an expansion into Iowa after years of silence. In a blog post, Google Fiber CEO Dinni Jain revealed that the company has been working on adding West Des Moines, Iowa to its […]

Deutsche Telekom sees solid growth in German TV base

Telekom’s TV subscriber base in Germany increased by 2.7% to 4.039 million year-on-year in the second quarter, outperforming growth in fixed broadband access lines, which amounted to 1.9%. The company added 38,000 TV customers in the first half of the year, despite a decline in the number of fixed lines it serves and despite slower […]

Türk Telekom sees TV base decline as economy takes toll

Türk Telekom had 2.9 million satellite TV and IPTV subscribers at the end of June, down 3.7% year-on-year. The operator’s Tivibù Home offering meanwhile had 1.5 million customers at the end of the second quarter, down 2.4% year-on-year. In inflation-racked Turkey, which saw prices rise by an average of 78.6% in the year to June, […]

Player.pl now available to Canal+ Polska subscribers

Warner Bros. Discovery-owned Polish media group TVN’s Player.pl VOD offering is now available to subscribers of pay TV offering Canal+. The pair have struck a deal enabling Canal+ satellite customer to access the Player offering, the leading VOD service in the country. The move means that Canal+ satellite pay TV customers can now access content […]

Norlys opens up more fibre to multiple providers

Danish utility group Norlys has opened up the fibre network in the cities of Randers and Hobro in North-East Jutland following its acquisition of the networks covering the area from Verdo earlier this year. According to Norlys, the citizens of Randers and Hobro can now chose between up to 12 internet and TV service providers […]

Disney+ launches on Foxtel STBs

Australian telco The Foxtel Group has announced the integration of Disney+ on its set-top boxes. More than 1.7 million subscribers using an iQ3, iQ4 or iQ5 STB will be able to access the Disney SVOD, which is available in the country for AUS$11.99 per month. Kylie Watson-Wheeler, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of The […]

HBO Max comes back to AT&T

Hot off the news that it is to launch a combined streaming offer in 2023, Warner Bros. Discovery has announced an agreement with US telco AT&T to offer its customers access to HBO Max. AT&T had been the owner of HBO Max until earlier this year, when it completed the US$43 billion sale of WarnerMedia […]

Sky Italia and DAZN forge streaming and TV partnership

Pay TV giant Sky and sports streamer DAZN have signed an agreement in Italy that makes DAZN’s app available on Sky Q from August 8. The deal will also allow Sky subscribers to access the Zona DAZN channel via the Sky decoder for a special rate, offering seven DAZN exclusive Serie A TIM matches per round and a selection […]