2015 is likely to be an eventful year for the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
The changes we are seeing in Russia’s TV industry go beyond the upcoming new limits on foreign ownership and ban on non-terrestrial TV channel advertising.
The closure of the Russian DTH platform Raduga TV is a surprising though not entirely unexpected development.
It’s been an eventful week for Slovakia’s TV industry, and in particular the Kosice-based company Antik Telecom.
The performance of UPC TV Apps is a rare piece of good news in what are otherwise challenging times for the TV industry in Hungary.
These are troubling times for the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe. Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, it feels like we’re back to square one in some countries.
Two unrelated but highly important developments in the Czech TV industry have just demonstrated the timely nature of the upcoming Prague Business Breakfast.
In terms of importance, Cyfrowy Polsat is to Poland what BSkyB is to the UK: the number one player in its pay-TV market.
2014 is likely to be remembered as the year of controversial new laws and taxes in Central and Eastern Europe.
Did you know that 100,000 homes receive TV services illegally from ISPs in the Czech Republic?