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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.

Streaming service Littlstar, a leading provider of premium film and TV content to the gaming ecosystem, is to distribute Cinedigm's portfolio of linear and video-on-demand channels.
Littlstar 3Aug2020
Just as the free and premium entertainment platform announced that it had reached a milestone of more than 100 channels, cloud-based technology provider for broadcast TV and streaming TV, Amagi, has revealed that it is now delivering over 30 of the live and linear programmes for The Roku Channel.
Roku TRC UK 7April2020 2
OTT and smart TV solutions provider ZEASN has announced a partnership with the JOOX music streaming platform in Southeast Asia so that its app and content will run on ZEASN powered devices.
Joox Zeasn 20July2020
The number of hours per week US consumers spend watching online video has almost doubled from 3.6 hours per week in 2017 to nearly seven hours per week in 2020 as traditional pay-TV service adoption rates have fallen from 75% to 62% in the period from Q1 2017 and Q1 2020.