HbbTV is becoming increasingly popular in the Czech Republic, with services already received on over 700,000 TV sets.
Around two-thirds of Hungary’s estimated 3,454,000 pay-TV homes now receive digital services.
The Russian cable operator ER Telecom, which employs the brand name Dom.ru, has launched a Multiroom service.
Netgem’s #TelcoTV platform has added SPI’s FilmBox Live app to its OTT content.
Serbia’s Privatisation Agency has signed a contract with the marketing agency Maksim medija for the latter’s acquisition of the Belgrade-based broadcaster Studio B.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) plans to invest R276 billion (€3.82 billion) until 2025 in order to eliminate the digital divide in the country.
Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has approved a new partnership between Discovery Communications and the National Media Group (NMG).
SPI International has signed a non-exclusive agreement with New Films International.
The Russian DTH platform Raduga TV, which was backed by Modern Times Group (MTG) and officially ceased operations at the end of last year, may now be operating in a different form.
The Lithuanian incumbent Teo is to acquire the mobile operator Omnitel from its current shareholder TeliaSonera for €220 million on a cash and debt-free basis.