It looks increasingly likely that Netflix will have its work cut out in Central and Eastern Europe.
What does the future hold for TVN, the Polish national commercial broadcaster owned by Scripps Networks Interactive?
How is the transition to DVB-T2 in Central and Eastern Europe progressing?
Hard and fast information about the Polish cable industry was thin on the ground at this year’s Cable Congress, held at the end of June in Warsaw.
Given the spectacular failure of polling organisations to correctly predict the outcome of the British EU referendum, how much trust can we place in the findings of market research companies covering the TV industry?
When CME speaks, the TV industry in CEE usually sits up and listens.
This hasn’t been the best of years for some of Central and Eastern Europe’s public broadcasters.
When it comes to HbbTV, the Czech Republic is undoubtedly one of the pacesetters in Central and Eastern Europe.
They may not yet be big players in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry, but both Vodafone and T-Mobile are certainly worth keeping a close eye on.
Just weeks after we first learned how Netflix is performing in Poland, we now have an idea of its early impact in Romania.