Cellnex has agreed with Iliad to buy a 60% stake in a network of around 7,000 sites belong to Play in Poland.
The transition from the current DVB-T system to DVB-T2/h.265 will take place in Croatia from October 27 to November 12.
The Russian incumbent Rostelecom has entered into a legally binding agreement to buy 100% of Synterra Media from the MTT group of companies.
Setanta Sports has signed a long-term Bundesliga agreement in Ukraine and a further renewal agreement in its 10 Eurasian markets.
Moldova’s president Igor Dodon has spoken of the need for Russian TV channels to return to the country.
The Ukrainian incumbent Ukrtelekom has entered into a partnership with the Odessa-based ISP Sohonet.
The Polish national transmission company Emitel has reached an agreement to end a legal dispute with TV Spektrum.
Canal+ Polska has announced its intention to float on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
The International Press Institute (IPI) and five media freedom partners have written to Petr Kellner, whose PPF Group have just acquired Central European Media Enterprises (CME), to raise a number of issues regarding media ownership and editorial independence.
A1 Telekom Austria Group ended the third quarters with 539,200 pay-TV subscribers in Bulgaria.