The broadcaster, which regularly uses TV advertising to promote its brands, seeks to introduce a German Etraveli offering to complement its online travel business which includes websites weg.de and billiger-mietwagen.de. The company is accelerating its push into Internet, investing in London-based soccer website 90min.com and U.S. virtual-reality startup Jaunt Inc. in the past weeks. Etraveli, which operates in 40 countries, provides airline tickets, hotel accommodation and car rentals under websites including Seat24, Supersaver and Travelstart. Its sales topped 640 million kronor ($78 million) last year and revenue rose 34 percent in the first six months of 2015. Etraveli is profitable, Prosch said, without elaborating. Get the full story at Bloomberg Business