Has Central European Media Enterprises (CME), one of the oldest players on the CEE television block, finally turned the corner?
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.
Why is must-carry such a contentious issue in many countries?
Carriage disputes are probably as old as multichannel TV itself and even in this digital and online age show no sign of ending.
The timely nature of the upcoming Bucharest Business Briefing on digital TV in Romania has just been illustrated by two important developments.
What are the chances of Netflix launching in Central and Eastern in the near future?
Romania’s TV market has changed beyond all recognition in recent years but still remains one of the most dynamic in the Balkan region, indeed CEE as a whole.
Could Antenna Group become the company to watch this year in Central and Eastern Europe?
2014 is likely to be an eventful year in Central and Eastern Europe, with M&As featuring more prominently than they have in the last 12 months.