UPC Polska has added three more HD channels to its offer.
Romania’s National Audiovisual Council (CNA) has come out against the creation of an audiovisual fund that would levied cable operators 5% of their revenues each year.
Danish cablenet Stofa is to offer its subscribers a broadband package without the need to also subscribe to its television service.
Finnish technology company Booxmedia, part of the Amino group, has announced a new contract with Dutch utilities and digital services company Delta.
The Polish cable operator Multimedia Polska will make the premium channels Canal+ Sport HD and Canal+ Sport2 HD available free of charge to its subscribers for the whole of September.
German cable operator Tele Columbus will launch its mobile service on September 1, 2015, turning the company into a quadruple play provider.
Ziggo has started carrying the HbbTV signals with the four channels of SBS Broadcasting on part of its network.
UPC Ireland has confirmed plans to transition to the Virgin Media brand.
Ziggo leads the drop in Dutch TV subscriptions in the second quarter of 2015, but cable is still tops despite fast IPTV and fibre growth.
Germany’s largest cable operator Kabel Deutschland has made its high-speed internet access service with a data rate of up to 200Mbps available in further 25 cities and surrounding towns.