Seven hurdles for Netflix to overcome before it can achieve a true global presence.
Netflix has finally arrived in Central and Eastern Europe, not any market in particular but the region as a whole.
What can we realistically expect to happen next year in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry?
This year has been particularly busy for the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
The threat posed by the big Internet players, especially Google and Apple, to traditional Telco operators has been talked about for over a decade, but has not yet materialised substantially as far as core services such as broadband and pay TV are concerned.
Why has the leading commercial broadcaster in Central and Eastern Europe decided to launch two international channels in 2016?
Romania is undoubtedly one of Central and Eastern Europe’s toughest TV markets.
The upcoming sale of Telekom Srbija is not something that has universal support in Serbia.
How well is Liberty Global now performing in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)?
What are the prospects for Netflix in Poland, where it is likely to launch sometime next year?