Romania’s National Audiovisual Council (CNA) has taken the unusual step of requiring Realitatea TV to go off the air for 10 minutes on Thursday, January 17, between 19.00-19.10.
Media Group Ukraine (MGU) has achieved an important victory in its fight against piracy.
The Romanian regulator ANCOM has announced an agreement on the technical and economic conditions for access to Bucharest’s telecom infrastructure Netcity.
Jaromir Soukup, the owner of the Czech national commercial broadcaster Barrandov TV, has set up his own political party.
OTE has agreed to sell its entire stake in Telekom Albania to the Bulgarian company Albania Telecom Invest for €50 million.
The Ukrainian national commercial broadcaster 1+1 Media is unlikely to start encrypting satellite channels before this May.
DTT viewing in Spain has slumped to its lowest-ever level due to the popularity of subscription pay-TV services.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced a public call for opinions and comments on the proposed acquisition of 100% of HP Produkcija, the operator of the pay-TV service, by Hrvatski Telekom (HT).
Dragan Bujosevic is to stay on as the DG of the Serbian public broadcaster RTS.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP plans to expand its presence in Lithuania by launching a channel.