Google promises easy connection with its new Chromecast dongle. And indeed, it is installed in minutes, if not seconds. Just plug the dongle in a HDMI slot of the TV set, connect the power supply, either to an USB port or directly to the mains with an adapter, and off you go.
Slowly but surely, HbbTV is becoming established in Central and Eastern Europe.
Is there a future for public service broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe?
It seems counterintuitive that an electronic download service should promote itself around the idea that everyone who places an order on their set-top box should receive a copy of that same movie through the post.
Slowly but surely, a power shift is taking place in the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
Looks like it’s boom time for on demand services in Russia.
The launch of a new DTH platform serving Hungary is significant on many levels.
There was something about this year’s Cable Congress that left me feeling slightly uneasy.
Whichever way you dress it up the BBC will as of the autumn of 2015 be down one broadcast channel. The possible closure of BBC Three gained ground over the last couple of weeks as it became clear that salarmi slicing a series of activities was not an option that director-general Tony Hall was willing […]
Has Central European Media Enterprises (CME), one of the oldest players on the CEE television block, finally turned the corner?