BritBox International Hires Marketing Exec Robert Schildhouse

BritBox International Triples Programming Spend, Doubles Marketing Outlay, Revises Management Structure

BritBox U.K. Chief Will Harrison Exits Ahead Of ITVX Launch

Soumya Sriraman Exits BBC, BritBox

Streamer BritBox To Expand Into 25 Countries

BritBox, the BBC Studios and ITV joint-venture streamer, is planning to expand into 25 countries across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, South America and Africa. A BritBox spokesman could not be specific about which countries the streamer is targeting or when it expects to complete the rollout, but it builds on its existing footprint in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and — later this year — Australia.

BritBox Reaches 1M North American Subscribers

ITV, BBC Launch Streamer BritBox In UK

The three-year deal with Channel 4 will add 1,000-plus hours of programming, including for the first time on any streamer an exclusive Film4 curated service featuring iconic films, from 2020.


TVN Tech | IP, Cloud, AI Were Everywhere At Buzz-Free IBC

Exclamations about the IP transition, the cloud and AI were notably muted at this year’s IBC. Vendors say that’s because this year wasn’t about shiny new things, but rather getting to work on implementation.

BritBox Streamer To Launch In UK, Price Set

BBC, ITV To Launch Streamer In U.S.

The British public broadcaster and commercial network have set a strategic partnership to launch BritBox streaming service in the second half of 2019. It will be a mix of library shows from the BBC and ITV and will also include new commissions from British production companies.

BritBox Claims Over 500,000 Streaming Subs

BBC, ITV launch BritBox Streamer in U.S.

British media companies BBC Worldwide and ITV Plc launched BritBox in the United States today, a new subscription-based video streaming service that includes iconic British shows including Blackadder, Fawlty Towers and East Enders.

British TV To Launch U.S. Streaming Service

The British are streaming, the British are streaming. BBC Worldwide and ITV announced today that they will join forces to launch a Netflix-like streaming service in the U.S. The ad-free service will be available online and via Roku, AppleTV and Chromecast starting in the first quarter of 2017. Its name — BritBox — reflects the service’s focus on British TV.