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Deutsche Telekom expands TV offer by launching Start TV

Mediapool-Team | 7. April 2017

From May, 2nd the new digital IPTV offer Start TV is available for clients of Deutsche Telekom for only 2 Euro per month. This offer includes more than 200 channels and is aimed at clients who prefer watching TV linearly. Clients do need an internet access and the new media receiver entry. Until August, 8th the offer with a receiver for rent is provided for 1 year free of charge.

From today DVB-T will no longer be offered …

Mediapool-Team | 29. March 2017

As of today, the traditional digital aerial television DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcast – Terrestrial), which has been available until now, will be switched off and users of this receive path now have the option to switch to the new digital standard DVB-T2 or … [more]

new TV Kongress presents the latests developments about TV topics

Mediapool-Team | 20. March 2017

Tomorrow the newTV Kongress takes place in the Chamber of Commerce in Hamburg. International and national companies will explain the latest trends in the field of moving images and the business models. Speakers of new platforms, such as the game platform Twitch or established players such as the BBC will be on the spot – it will be provided a wide range of information… [more]

File-sharing platform from Mediapool Content Services now also available in English

Mediapool-Team | 15. March 2017

Today, we have good news for our English-speaking clients. From now on, our file-sharing platform FSP with all the Markeing material of the channels, which we grant you the retransmission right for, is also available in English. On the platform you can find generic content and… [more] adds Halk Tv to free TV offer

Mediapool-Team | 6. March 2017

From now on, Turkish customers from can look forward to another channel. With Halk Tv, a further Turkish channel is now available as part of the free TV offering, which mainly broadcasts live news and political debates.