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With the stated aim of “ensuring that the show will go on”, live entertainment technology company Push has announced Push Live Unlimited, a streaming technology that it claims will no less than reinvent the fortunes of the live entertainment market in 2020 and beyond.
push mexico images 20Oct2020
In a move that sees the new streaming platform providing news and business programming to 15 countries, FOX News Media’s international streaming platform FOX News International has expanded its distribution across Europe.
foxnews 30aug2017
Offering what it says is a “massive” library of Europe’s most popular TV series available ad-free, the Europa+ (Europa Más) streaming service has entered into operation.
Europamas 1Oct2020
As television services have moved online, and streaming apps compete for consumers’ attention and media budgets, have they grown too quickly? FreeCast CEO William (Bill) Mobley believes they have.
great aggregator 28Sep2020
Belgian telco Proximus has launched its next-generation IPTV and OTT TV service Proximus Pickx, with 3SS software technology. Pickx is live on Android TV Operator Tier set top boxes and is available to all subscribers of the incumbent TV offering.
Proximus Pickx Android TV 3SS 16 Sep 2020
TVPlayer, which offers linear free-to-air and pay-TV on multiple devices, has expanded from its UK base to Spain after sealing partnerships with Spanish rights holders and media partners to launch brand new entertainment service in the country.
TVPlayer 11Sep2020

European cinema channel Eurochannel has expanded its presence in Brazil with a launch on OTT pay-TV operator Guigo TV as part of its Cinema Package.

Even before the current surge in online viewing, the sector was gaining traction and a study from Digital TV Research has found that global online TV episode and movie revenues reached $83 billion in 2019, climbing from $67 billion in 2018 and up by $50 billion on 2017.