The Russian media entrepreneur Ivan Tavrin has raised $250 million in an IPO on NASDAQ.
The Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) has launched a new version of its iVysilani: D application.
Russia’s two latest spacecraft are now in geostationary orbit.
Magyar Telekom’s revenues in the second quarter amounted to HUF160,754 million (€465.1 million), or 2.2% less than in the same period last year.
Armenia’s president Armen Sargsyan has signed off a law that restricts the terrestrial distribution of foreign TV channels.
The Russian telco Rostelecom ended the second quarter with 10.7 million pay-TV subscribers, or 4% more than in the same period last year.
The Albanian TV stations Ora News and Channel One have been seized by the country’s Special Prosecutors.
The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom has launched a new service named Viva TV Go.
The Ukrainian ISP Lanet will restore channels from the 1+1 Media Group to its line-up.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP has signed a deal with the national transmission company Emitel for distribution of its channels on the country’s third multiplex (MUX-3).