This is undoubtedly a golden age for thematic TV channels in Poland. Not only do viewers already have a plethora of services to choose from, but they can also look forward to many new ones in the future.
Netflix will shortly make its debut in Poland, one of Central and East Europe’s largest and most lucrative markets.
Incumbent telcos are seen as national strategic assets and their privatisation is rarely a straightforward process.
How well did Liberty Global perform in Central and Eastern Europe in the second quarter?
The broadcast and TV industries have been focusing heavily on 4K for at least two years now and hyping it as the next big thing for video quality. Yet it has not yet delivered on its promise for several reasons, including insufficient capacity in the transport infrastructure, lack of enough compelling 4K content and the […]
The sale of Bulgaria’s leading cable operator blizoo to Telekom Austria’s Mobiltel (MTel) is undoubtedly one of the biggest TV industry deals so far this year in Central and Eastern Europe.
Romania remains very much at the heart of what is a rapidly changing TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
Football is undoubtedly one of the main drivers for pay-TV in Central and Eastern Europe.
What has gone wrong for DTH broadcasting in Ukraine?