While we have yet to see the company’s first quarter results, the year so far has undoubtedly been a busy one for Liberty Global in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
Developments in Poland’s TV industry in the last few months have been disturbing, to say the least.
The provision of on demand services is becoming increasingly important for broadcasters in Central and Eastern Europe.
How well is Netflix doing in Central and Eastern Europe?
Liberty Global’s decision to combine its operations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia makes sense on many levels.
What do viewers in Central and Eastern Europe want and expect from Ultra HD services?
The 12th Central European Radiocommunication Days (CERD 2016) conference that took place in Bratislava on March 10 had two distinct themes: the impact of WRC 15 and satellite distribution.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has been particularly active in the first few weeks of this year in highlighting the problems faced by public service broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe.
No business can succeed without trust between a provider of goods and services and its clients.
Just how well did Liberty Global’s operations in Central and Eastern Europe perform in 2015?