Liberty Global has announced generally favourable results for both the second quarter and half year. Revenues for UPC Broadband in Q2 amounted to $961.2 million (€698.2 million), or 19.3% more than 12 months earlier. The H1 figure of $1,893.1 million was even better, representing a year-on-year increase of 21.9%. Operating cash flow was meanwhile up 30.5% year-on-year in Q2 to $407.3 million and 32.1% in H1 to $796.7 million. In terms of subscriber numbers, the CEE region was something of a mixed bag in Q2. There was a slump in analogue cable take-up in all but one market (Slovenia) despite the still relative absence of digital cable services, and UPC Direct lost subscribers in both Hungary (4,800 less than three months earlier) and the Czech Republic (-5,900), most probably due to competition from DigiTV. However, take-up of Internet and telephony services rose across the board. There was also significant growth in the latter in WE, while take-up of digital cable services was most notable in Switzerland, with 26,200 new subscribers added in Q2.