Why is it worth keeping a close eye on the development of UHD services in Central and Eastern Europe?
Change is in the air for the TV industries in Russia and Ukraine.
A growing number of incumbents in Central and Eastern Europe are finding themselves on the market.
The first quarter has been anything but quiet in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry.
Broadband TV News and Telenor Satellite Broadcasting will be hosting a special event in the Slovak capital, Bratislava, on May 6.
The sale of a majority stake in Poland’s TVN to Scripps Network Interactive has come as something of a surprise.
What is already a good event will be even better next year when Cable Congress heads east to Poland.
Poland continues to underline its position as one of the most dynamic TV markets in Central and Eastern Europe.
Netflix is clearly causing excitement in Central and Eastern Europe.
It should come as no surprise that the conflict in Ukraine is having an adverse effect on the country’s TV industry. Russia’s, too, is taking a hit.