Orange and T-Mobile are to undertake a six-month 3G mobile TV trial in the UK later this year.
Data produced by TNS Emor shows that Kanal 2 was the most watched station in Estonia in January, claiming an audience share of 20.4% among viewers aged 4+.
The Estonian cable TV and DTT provider Starman will launch its own TV channel on February 22.
Poland’s two leading broadcasters have failed to reach an agreement over the rights to the Euro 2008 football championships later this year.
The acquisition spree that Eurocom Cable, one of Bulgaria’s leading cable operators, recently embarked on looks set to continue.
Telefónica may now not sell its 16.65% stake in the Spanish pay-TV operator Sogecable, according to agency sources.
NDS and UDcast have announced a partnership to provide content protection for DVB-H mobile TV services, securing the delivery of premium TV content to mobile devices and further enabling the ecosystem supporting global deployment of DVB-H.
Berlin-based A Company Consulting & Licensing and the Hungarian independent distributor Budapest Film have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to establish a VOD platform.
Protests have erupted in Poland over the award of terrestrial frequencies by the National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) to the regional stations TV Puls and TV4.
The Croatian competition body AZTN has given the country’s national public broadcaster HRT the go-ahead to launch two more channels.