Quoting a letter from United Media to Supernova, the grouping of cable operators, disclosed by Prva TV, b92 reports that United Media is effectively seeking no further cooperation if its terms are not met.
Although Supernova has called from a public contract proposal, United Media announced a bid for only the channel N1, with a price of €0.4 per customer and a three-year contract.
Telekom meanwhile suggested that the contract by two to three months in order to reach an agreement during the period, but this was rejected by United Media.
This, in turn, led Vladimir Lucic, Telekom’s director of commercial affairs, to say that United Media does not want a solution to the dispute.
He added that the most significant terms of United Media’s offer – price and length of time – had been accepted but the other party was constantly changing the terms.