The National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) has said that the retail market for fixed broadband services in Romania has been competitive since 2015.
Russia’s ER Telecom Holding has appointed Ekaterina Lapshina its VP for work in the mass market.
Vodafone has begun to show selected movies in 4K on its TV service in the Czech Republic.
Widevine DRM has announced a new Third Party Licence (3PL) Programme to help scale device integrations and chosen SmartLabs as one of four authorised partners to support the integration.
The recently launched SVOD services HBO Max and Peacock were already being actively subscribed to by 8% and 7% of US internet households as of this August/September.
The Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) is on average trusted by 68% of the country’s population on the reporting of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Spanish cable operator Euskaltel has signed an agreement with Orange that will allow it offer 5G services to its customers on Orange’s network as a MVNO from January 1, 2022.
Netflix has launched a fully localised service in Russia in partnership with National Media Group (NMG).
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has yet to receive an application from Cyfrowy Polsat and Discovery to launch a new joint on demand platform.
TV ad spend in Bulgaria is likely to amount to BGN225 million (€115 million) this year providing there is no further lockdown.