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Prime Entertainment Group is hailing this year's edition of the MIPTV trade show as especially fruitful inking a deal with Film1 for another season of its series Hollywood News Feed.

ErosNow, the online entertainment arm of Bollywood studio Eros International, has teamed up with Kerala ISP Asianet Broadband for an online movie streaming service.

A year after acquiring the Spanish fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) and cable operator, ONO, Vodafone has finally presented a merged telecom offer, Vodafone One, which focuses on video-on-demand (VOD) services and advanced pay-TV through TiVo, marking a serious comeback for the British telco to the Spanish TV sector.

Canal+ Group's streaming service, CANALPLAY, has inked an agreement with Disney France to launch Maker On Demand.

Atresmedia Publicidad, the advertising division of the Spanish media group, and Kantar Worldpanel have extended their agreement to analyse efficiency and the impact of TV adverts on audience behaviour, specifically looking at multiscreen and video-on-demand (VOD) platforms.

Telecoms and broadcast technology firm Ericsson is to provide an online video platform for the C More over-the-top (OTT) and live TV subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service.

Foxtel subscribers in Australia are now able to live stream Turner Broadcasting's Cartoon Network within its app, following an upgrade to the free, authenticated digital service.

Building up to the launch of the first new film in the saga in a decade in December, on 10 April Star Wars fans will be able to gain access to all six of the films in the series in digital HD.