Magyar Telekom disconnected 22,000 long-standing, non-paying TV customers in Q4 2016 in its home market Hungary as part of a portfolio cleaning exercise.
Spain added 1.8 million new FTTH lines in 2016, bringing the total to over 4.8 million.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) ended 2016 with 401,000 TV customers, or 3.4% more than a year earlier.
The transition to the DVB-T2 standard is expected to get under way in the Czech Republic on March 1.
The Polish internet TV service Videostar has added six channels from ZPR Media Group to its free offer.
Poland’s second largest cable operator Vectra ended 2016 with 963,000 subscribers.
The Tallinn-based telecom and IT infrastructure provider Levira is to start offering Internet of Things (IoT) services with its partners.
Vodafone has become the first operator in Spain to offer TV channels and content on demand in 4k.
The Czech company has taken the first step towards introducing multiscreen advertising in the country.
Hungary’s Competition Authority (GVH) has blocked the proposed acquisition of Central Digital Media by Magyar RTL Televizió.