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Celebrities and influencers such as Serena Williams and Arnold Schwarzenegger will begin airing short-form programmes on Snapchat in a move to extend audience engagement ad monetise video content.
HBO has unveiled its new direct-to-consumer streaming service, which will be launched in 2020 and is set to offer legacy favourites and original content.
Amazon and Google have ended a long-running dispute that limited access to each other’s on-demand services on their respective TV platforms.
Microsoft has launched a special edition of Windows 1.0 PC app in-line with Netflix’s season three premiere of Stranger Things bringing fans back to 1985.
BeoutQ has been condemned by the Confédération Africaine de Football for illegally broadcasting every group phase of the African Cup of Nations.
Turner’s Cartoon Network has launched two pop-up kids channels as part of an innovative trial in partnership with Globecast.
Netflix and Amazon Prime are continuing to see growth in viewing figures globally, while Facebook and YouTube has seen a fall in usage, according to Ampere Analysis.
Donald Trump’s trade war with China could drive up costs on consumer electronics and negatively impact the gaming and content industry.
Voice is becoming an increasingly important part of content discovery, but can it ever replace the remote control? Ann-Marie Corvin investigates.
The US version of The Office will be pulled from Netflix 2021 – as NBC makes its own upcoming streaming platform the exclusive home of the popular sitcom.
IBC2019: Industry experts and thought leaders will gather at the annual IBC Show to address the biggest opportunities and challenges faced by the industry.
Amazon has launched its first Fire TV Edition TV with support for Dolby Vision.
Niantic says Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will bring unprecedented scale to AR gaming. It could also provide a glimpse into the future of entertainment.
Almost four million UK pensioners will have to pay for a TV licence as of June next year after the government-funded scheme was confirmed to end today.
Microsoft has announced its next-generation gaming console will support 8K resolution playback and allow 120 frames per second.
The BBC has revealed its broadcast plans for this year’s Glastonbury festival, confirming that viewers and listeners will be able to experience extensive coverage through BBC Sounds and BBC iPlayer.
The Disney+ streaming service is expected to add 19.2 million subscribers in Western Europe by 2024, driving the next OTT boom, according to Digital TV Research.