Slovak Telekom has pulled off a major coup for its TV business by hiring a leading executive from the national commercial broadcaster Joj.
Antenna Hungária has announced plans to expand its hybrid TV service MinDig TV Plusz in the near future.
The number of TV distribution companies active in Romania this year is 13% lower than in 2014, when the total stood at 317.
The Ukrainian national telco Kyivstar has teamed up with Viasat to launch a new internet TV service.
Although consumer tolerance of illegal broadcasting is fairly low in Lithuania, around 4.7% of households still receive pirated TV services.
Having probably moved a bit too much into the entertainment space last year, Discovery is now turning back to documentaries and factual.
Only 24% of viewers use a second screen while watching factual content, according to the findings of a new study by Discovery Networks Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA).
The app for the Polish online TV service Ipla has now been downloaded over 5 million times on Android devices.
The Russian state-owned transmission company RTRS has taken the unusual step of suing the TV channel Muz TV.
The Czech incumbent O2 has introduced a new set-top box that allows its O2 TV service to be received on any TV set with internet access from any provider.