The Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) managed to save CZK86 million (€3.33 million) last year, when it embarked on what could yet prove to be a costly transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC standard.
Lithuania ended the first quarter with 705,600 subscribers to pay-TV services.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has appealed to the manufacturers of DTT reception equipment to maximise their product availability in the country.
The Russian OTT service TVzavr has decided not to hold an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) for its blockbuster platform MovieChain.
Ukraine’s National Council is currently in a legal dispute with the Inter Media Group, the result of which could have far-reaching consequences for the country’s broadcast market.
The council at the Croatian regulator HAKOM has chosen Miran Gosta as the new acting director of its Technical Services Directorate.
The Russian DTH operator Orion has begun to offer free satellite TV services in parts of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
Hungarian ISPs had revenues of HUF59.1 billion (€182.8 million) in the first quarter, or 12% more than in the same period last year.
The Belarusian incumbent Beltelecom has decided to expand its OTT multiscreen service Zala to set-top boxes.
Digi Communications has announced the end of a series of disputes with Antena Group, one of Romania’s leading commercial broadcasters.