The Russian OTT operator Okko has appointed Maxim Evdokimov as its general director and Oleg Manzha the head of Okko Sport.
Molotov and WarnerMedia have extended their long-term distribution agreement that includes Toonami, Adult Swim, Boomerang, Boing, CNN and TCM Cinema services.
ESRevolution has selected Eutelsat’s 13 degrees East position for the European launch of its video gaming channel ESR.
Orange has entered into an exclusivity agreement with La Banque des Territoires (Caisse des Dépôts), CNP Assurances and EDF Invest for the sale of a 50% stake and co-control of Orange Concessions.
The Belarusian incumbent Beltelecom has announced major changes to its IPTV platform Zala, which dates back to 2008 and currently has over 2 million subscribers.
The PPF Group-owned Bulgarian national commercial broadcaster bTV has appointed new editors-in-chief to two divisions of its news, current affairs and sports departments.
Poland’s leading football league Ekstraklasa has signed a new contract for broadcasting matches in the Balkan territories.
Russia’s pay-TV subscriber base grew by only 1.6% in 2020, compared to 2.5% a year earlier.
Magyar Telekom claimed a 32.1% share of the Hungarian pay-TV market by value irrespective of technology as of November 2020, according to the latest data published by the regulator NMHH.
Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry has seen major shifts in ownership in the last couple of years.