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All4 android revamped

Channel 4 has released a new version of its Android All4 app. Home to all of Channel 4’s digital services, the app is adding a ‘My4’ feature, which allows users quickly


Reuters updates TV service

News provider Reuters has released the latest version of its connected TV service, Reuters TV. Version 2.0 introduces ‘featured programs’ - thematic programmess curated and


FOTV acquires OVGuide

FOTV Media Networks has completed the acquisition of cross-platform solution provider OVGuide. The service will integrate with the CinemaNow system – also acquired by


All 4 goes live on Android

Channel 4 has launched Watch Live for Android devices.The new feature allows users to stream every channel in Channel 4’s portfolio live via the All 4 app. The move comes


BBC launches new international News app

The BBC has unveiled a redesigned News app, which has seen 1.5 million downloads since its launch last Friday. It is designed to offer a personalised approach, combining top and most-watched stories with a set of personally selected or recommended topics, chosen from a range of over 50,000 subjects.


Viewster launches video streaming app

Online streaming service Viewster has released a new mobile app for iOS and Android, enabling fans to watch a library of more than 10,000 film and TV titles, with a focus on anime, fantasy, sci-fi and virtual worlds.

Production & Post

YLE conducts 360-degree live stream

Finnish national public broadcasting company YLE provided its TV audience with an ‘immersive panoramic experience’ of the country’s Presidential Independence Day reception event with the assistance of ATEME’s LiveSphere, in the first live use case of the product from the company.


HEVC now ready for smartphones

Barcelona-based Cinemartin has created what is claimed to be the first app for Android smartphones that allows them to play H.265-compressed videos, including a version that goes beyond 4K.