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EMEA, Online Video
RTL Group sees 2 Billion Online Video Views Per Month - EMEA UPDATE
Nov 19 2013 8:00 AM

The past couple of weeks have seen a Q3 financial results extravaganza for all the major media companies in Europe. German media companies in particular have had an excellent Q3, so much so that the Wall Street Journal ran a special piece entitled, “In Media Look for Made in Germany.”

Much of this success came from new online video and IPTV offerings. Here’s the round-up:

EMEA, Online Video
Online Video Will Generate $35 Billion By 2018 - EMEA UPDATE
Oct 24 2013 9:00 AM
Welcome to another installment of VideoMind’s EMEA streaming media update, where we keep you informed of all the latest online video news from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. 
 
Let’s get right to it.
 
How big is the online video market going to get? How about $35 billion globally by 2018?
 
EMEA, Ooyala News, Partners
Here's How Ooyala Video Technology Powers The British Film Institute Online
Oct 15 2013 9:00 AM
Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks weren’t the only stars of the 57th BFI London Film Festival, which kicked off last week.  
 
While this year’s festivities did include screenings of hit movies like Captain Phillips, Gravity, and others, The British Film Institute also took the opportunity to throw a spotlight on its new BFI Player, where film fanatics can satisfy their appetites for the best films the U.K. has to offer. 
EMEA, Online Video
Britons Now Spend 1 in 12 Waking Minutes Online - EMEA Update
Oct 14 2013 9:00 AM
Online video is a global opportunity for brands, broadcasters and companies operating around the world. In fact, more than half of Ooyala’s online video plays occur outside the United States. 
 
This week we’re introducing a new series on VideoMind focused on the latest streaming media news from Europe, the Middle East and Africa called the EMEA Update.
 
Let’s get right to it:
 
Events, Ooyala News, EMEA
Ooyala Shows Off the Latest TV Technology at IBC
Sep 13 2013 9:00 AM
 
Today, Neil Berry, head of Ooyala EMEA, joined panelists from comsCore and Tata Communications for a great discussion on the Connected World stage about the state of the Internet and its impact on TV & video. 
 
Events, EMEA, Ooyala News
Experience the Future of TV with Ooyala at IBC
Aug 29 2013 9:00 AM
In two weeks, Ooyala will head to Amsterdam to show off our latest TV technology at IBC, and we want to meet you there
 
The international trade show attracts the broadcast industry's most influential thinkers from around the world. 50,000+ attendees from over 160 countries are expected to attend the event between September 12-17.
 
Big Data, Monetization, EMEA
British Streaming Media Viewed Longer in U.S. Than U.K.
Mar 14 2013 9:00 AM

This article originally appeared on nScreenMedia and is published here with permission.

EMEA, Online Video
YouTube To Add Original Programming in Europe
Oct 16 2012 9:00 AM

Signaling that YouTube's original-programming experiment is paying off, the video site announced it will extend this initiative to Europe with at least 60 new channels.

Online Video, EMEA
"I Want My MTV!" - All of Europe
Oct 02 2012 9:00 AM

Turns out Europeans love music videos every bit as much as we do. A new report about TV channel distribution in Europe found MTV to be the region's most popular channel, carried by 123 operators, or 81 percent of the total market. There isn't a single channel that is distributed across all operators in Europe.

Pay TV, EMEA
Spain Lost 100,000 Pay TV Subscribers in Q2
Sep 25 2012 9:00 AM

Spain lost more than 100,000 subscribers in the second quarter of this year, according to a report by the Telecommunications Market Commission

EMEA, Connected TVs & Devices
ConnectedTV Roundup: U.K. Edition
Aug 23 2012 9:00 AM
Online video notes from a small island
 
This Videominder and U.K. native just got back from a quick jaunt to London, so it seemed like a good time for a quick roundup of what is happening in online video across the pond.
 
BBC Gossip
 
EMEA, SVOD
Hulu Copycat Struck Down in Germany
Aug 16 2012 9:00 AM

An attempt to launch a Hulu-like service in Germany has been struck down by a state court.

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