Bloomberg Media and the majority Telekom Srbija-owned broadcaster Mtel Swiss have agreed to create Southeast Europe’s first pan-regional, multi-platform business news network.
NEM Zagreb 2021, which was due to be held in December, has been cancelled. As a result, the next NEM Zagreb event will take place in December 2022.
CME Media Group has become the first CEE producer to join albert, the screen industry authority on environmental sustainability for film and TV as an international member.
The Canal+ International subsidiary Thema Company has added three more Russian channels to its portfolio in France.
The Latvian incumbent Tet and TV Group have concluded an agreement on the broadcasting of several sports channels.
The Czech internet TV service SledovaniTV has made its debut in Poland as Televio.
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has begun to inform the public about the transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC broadcasting standard.
Discovery has sublicensed the rights to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing to the Polish public broadcaster TVP.
The Slovak private equity fund Sandberg Capital has agreed with its joint venture partner DanubiaTel to sell its 50% stake in Swan, the country’s leading alternative telco.
Ukraine’s leading cable operator Volia has announced what it terms “a revolutionary expansion” of package plans for its Volia TV online service.