A brief visit to the Slovak capital has left me in no doubt as to the biggest issue now facing the country’s TV industry.
Discovery Communications’ acquisition of Scripps Networks Interactive could have far-reaching implications for the TV industry in Poland.
The forecast for internet video use from Cisco’s annual Visual Network Index continues to astonish. It estimates that, by 2021, 82% of all internet traffic will be video—up from an estimated 73% in 2016. That’s all internet traffic, both wired and wireless. Predictions for wireless video traffic are no less impressive: 78% in 2021 over […]
CME’s decision to sell its broadcasting assets in Croatia and Slovenia was a surprising and yet at the same time highly important development.
Closer ties between Russia and China have resulted in eye-catching levels of cooperation between their respective TV industries.
The importance of sports rights for pay-TV operators has been strongly underlined by recent developments in Poland.
Piracy is undoubtedly a big problem in Central and Eastern Europe.
Bandwidth-hungry video is viewed as an insatiable beast by those who are delivering it over crowded networks. Better compression and mobile network advances have relieved some congestion but the flames of UHD and virtual reality are licking at the heels of cellular networks.
This year’s NEM in Dubrovnik was arguably the best in the event’s history to date.
Later this month the fifth annual New Europe Market (NEM) will be held in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik.