Tag Archives: Internet television

13Aug/21

DAZN Secures Exclusive Rights to 2021 Women’s International Champions Cup in 120+ Countries and Territories

DAZN, the leading global sports streaming platform, will broadcast next week’s prestigious Women’s International Champions Cup (WICC) live in over 120 countries and territories worldwide. Moreover, the tournament – which features four of the most winning European and American club teams in the history of the sport, and includes many players that have just returned from Tokyo with shiny new hardware around their necks – will also be made available for free in those markets on DAZN’s new YouTube channel dedicated to women’s football. Continue reading

18Feb/21

rlaxx TV, the new European Advertising-Based Video-on-Demand (AVoD) service, is now also available on Apple TV as well as smart TVs by Panasonic and Grundig in the UK, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The service launched on Amazon Fire TV devices and Android TV in early January. The new availability on Apple TV, Panasonic and Grundig smart TVs adds around 8.5 million to the existing installed base.

rlaxx TV, the new European Advertising-Based Video-on-Demand (AVoD) service, is now also available on Apple TV as well as smart TVs by Panasonic and Grundig in the UK, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The service launched on Amazon Fire TV devices and Android TV in early January. The new availability on Apple TV, Panasonic and Grundig smart TVs adds around 8.5 million to the existing installed base.

rlaxx TV now available on Apple TV and Smart TVs by Panasonic and Grundig. Continue reading

28Sep/17

Roku shares surge on debut

Shares of the streaming box maker rose about 30 percent minutes after they debuted on the Nasdaq Stock Market Thursday. Fred Katayama reports. Continue reading

06Jan/16

Netflix Is Now Available Around the World

World’s Leading Internet TV Service Now Live in More than 190 Countries Continue reading

08Sep/15

Verizon offers free mobile TV

(Reuters, YouTube, NFL, Comedy Central) – You’ll soon be able to watch content ranging from Comedy Central shows to NFL games for free on your mobile device. Continue reading