The Polish public broadcaster TVP has scrapped plans to launch a film channel.
Hungary gets DTT go-ahead
Hungary’s National Communications Authority (NHH) is to issue tenders for digital TV and radio broadcasting before the end of this month.
Romanian highs, Romanian lows
There is certainly no such thing as a dull moment in Romania’s TV industry these days.
Key legislative move in Poland
The Polish parliament (Sejm) has approved far-reaching amendments to the country’s broadcast law.
Boost for investors in Russia
Prospective foreign investors in Russia have been given a boost by the country’s political leaders.
Telekom Slovenije goes wireless
The incumbent Slovenian telco Telekom Slovenije has launched a commercial WiMAX service in Ljubljana.
Polish DTH platforms escape huge fines
Poland’s two leading DTH platforms have escaped potentially huge fines for alleged uncompetitive behaviour.
Good year for Golden Telecom
Russia’s Golden Telecom has posted a net profit of $152.6 million (€96.8 million) in 2007, or 77.9% more than in the previous year.
Russian TV faces clean up
Calls are growing in Russia for the creation of public council on national TV.
Further Czech ASO delays opposed
The Czech Telecom Office (CTU) is in principal against putting back the analogue switch off date to 2012, according to its president, Pavel Dvorak.