Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has posted net revenues of $138,851,000 for the third quarter, up 1.3% (actual) and 7.3% (like of like) on the same period last year.
SPI International’s affiliate Kino Polska has launched its own production arm in Poland.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has fined Hrvatski Telekom (HT) as much as HRK28 million (€3.76 million) for not providing it with retail prices under which it sells services.
Vodafone plans to launch its OTT service in Hungary in the near future.
The Russian mobile operator MTS has completed the construction of a backup teleport in Kazan to assist in the distribution of its satellite TV service.
The global fashion, lifestyle and entertainment TV channel Fashion One has entered into a partnership with the Bulgarian telco Vivacom.
Owners of Samsung smart TVs made in 2016 onwards can now watch the Czech Republic’s O2 TV via an app of the same name.
Two-thirds of Romanians now watch video content online or on the internet.
Oksana Petryshyn has been appointed the acting general producer of Tet TV, which is part of Ukraine’s 1+1 Media Group’s TV business.
Russia will complete the transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting today (October 14) following the switch-off of analogue signals of national TV channels in 21 regions.