At first glance, the carriage dispute between cable operators and a national broadcaster in Slovakia appears to be no different to most others in the industry.
MIPTV, the world’s oldest TV tradeshow, is at the cusp of profound change and therein an example for global structural change of our economy.
Should we be worried about the prospects for pay-TV in Central and Eastern Europe?
The launch of YouTube TV marks a major turning point in the industry.
OTT has taken a big step forward in the Balkan region with the launch of a new white label platform.
The changes in viewing habits seen in the most mature TV markets are to a large degree also taking place in Central and Eastern Europe.
Liberty Global remains committed to CEE despite the region being far less lucrative financially than the West European markets it is present in.
The Czech Republic remains by far and away the biggest proponent of HbbTV in Central and Eastern Europe.
Ultra-high definition (UHD) has set the bar for quality high. Now the pay-TV industry has to clear it.
How is the rollout of DVB-T2 in Central and Eastern Europe progressing?