Whichever way you dress it up the BBC will as of the autumn of 2015 be down one broadcast channel. The possible closure of BBC Three gained ground over the last couple of weeks as it became clear that salarmi slicing a series of activities was not an option that director-general Tony Hall was willing […]
Has Central European Media Enterprises (CME), one of the oldest players on the CEE television block, finally turned the corner?
The TV industry is undergoing dramatic change, driven by the speed of technical innovation and globalisation.
The extraordinary political events in Ukraine in recent days have been accompanied by an unusual one related specifically to the TV industry.
Quietly and efficiently, Deutsche Telekom is going about its plan to become the market leader in all CEE countries it is present in by 2018.
The prospect that the BBC might pull out of YouView has emerged as a genuine possibility following the BBC Trust report into the BBC’s distribution of its services.
Why is must-carry such a contentious issue in many countries?
In case it had escaped your notice, this week is the 25th anniversary of one of the most significant events in broadcasting history.
Carriage disputes are probably as old as multichannel TV itself and even in this digital and online age show no sign of ending.