Kabel-TV Lampert will continue offering IPTV service

Austrian cable operator Kabel-TV Lampert will continue to provide IPTV services through Zattoo’s end-to-end solutions.

The partnership has been extended for several years. The full operation of the platform and IPTV services remains in the hands of service provider Zattoo, which also ensures continuous updates and further development.

The range of services can be expanded through additional receiving devices and will in the future include a marketing option for further network operators interested in TV products, but do not want to invest in their own hardware and software. For these operators, Kabel-TV Lampert and Zattoo will offer fully managed TV-as-a-service solutions.

“A key reason for Zattoo as a long-term partner is the company’s unique strength as an innovator. This is necessary to continuously improve our TV products and deliver them to our customers to ensure the highest quality,” said Karoline Lampert, managing director of Kabel-TV Lampert. “With Zattoo as our partner, we ensure our long-term competitiveness with major communications groups.


Videotron launches IPTV service

Quebec telecommunications company Videotron this week launched Helix, a new on-demand best free iptv platform for subscribers. Voice-activated “Entertainment and Life Management Experience” brings content from a variety of sources (linear TV channels, Netflix, Club Illico, etc.) to provide advice to users. The platform can be activated via two mobile apps, and Heineken And Heineken Fi have English and French options.

Two veteran sports network broadcasters left the network decades later to host hockey coverage for the network. Former NHL player Nick Capoue (top left), who has worked as an analyst for SportsNet since 1998, Doug Markle (right), a 10-year announcer, announced his departure via Twitter.

The play, which is from all over North America and is scheduled to premiere in 2020, prepares participants for important life events by helping them find a “real way to represent and connect with the real self.” OUTtv CEO Brad Danks called the series “the natural next step in our original programming.”


LIWEST will roll out a new multiscreen TV service

Austrian cable operator LIWEST will launch a new multi-screen android iptv service on December 1, 2018 in partnership with Austrian IPTV service provider Ocilion.

LiWEST l_uft (translated as “LIWEST up and runnig”) offers more than 90 TV channels, many of which are available in HD quality, 7-day replays, real-time pauses, and an online recorder with 20 hours of storage capacity to increase to 100 hours.

Access is available on smartphones and tablets via apps (iOS/Android), Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV, and the “LIWEST l_uft” box that supports Ultra HD.

LIWEST’s internet and TV customers pay a TV discount of 3.90 pounds a month, and based on Ocilion’s IPTV solution, pure internet customers pay 7.90 pounds a month. The box is rented for 3.90 euros per month.

With the help of “LIWEST l_uft” and “LIWEST l_uft” -Box, we set a new benchmark for our customers: TV, when and where we need it. This is our response to customer needs, which are becoming more flexible,” said G?nther Singer, managing director of LIWEST.


ACE shuts down two pirated IPTV platforms

ACE (Creative and Entertainment Alliance) is back to fighting piracy and shutting down IPTV services, this time at the end of the road. The powerful anti-piracy coalition is once again behind the scenes, managing to shut down two IPTV providers without issuing any announcements or details. Any domain attempting to access the platform will display a seizure message. They are redirected to the ACE web site, which provides instructions on how to access legitimate distribution channel content.

DripTV offers more than 500 channels from a variety of platforms, with subscriptions costing just $19.99 a month. In addition, it openly promotes its services on YouTube, and customers “recommend”, talking about its awesomeness. T.KO TV offers a larger package to run 3,200 channels on Android with 4K TV boxes and sticks.

The service even claims to offer “award-winning customer service”, as if there are any credible entities out there that will reward pirate streaming platforms for outstanding help.