In what is a rapidly changing electronic communications market, it is worth keeping a particularly close eye on four telcos in Central and Eastern Europe.
When it came to meeting the official ITU-set deadline of June 17, 2015 for switching from analogue to digital broadcasting, not all countries in CEE exactly covered themselves in glory.
On the evidence of what I saw earlier this week in Dubrovnik, New Europe Market (NEM) has a promising future.
A recent spate of mergers between big silicon companies in the IT and wireless communications sectors has one end goal in sight, the fast emerging Internet of Things (IoT) arena.
Providing services aimed specifically at children is becoming increasingly important for broadcasters in Central and Eastern Europe.
TiVo’s acquisition of Cubiware is undoubtedly one of the most important industry deals so far this year in Central and Eastern Europe.
Yet another piece of jargon has entered the lexicon of communications with the concept of Fog. This is not an acronym but is the idea that for many applications and services emerging around the Internet of Things (IoT), data and network intelligence will be best hosted not in a distant cloud based data centre that […]
Is the “crisis” in Russia’s TV industry finally coming to an end?
Hungary has long been a key market in Central and Eastern Europe for foreign media companies.
Major exhibitions can be useful barometers of current trends in an industry and that was certainly true at the recent TV Connect show in London.