The Polish MSO Vectra is reported to now have 100,000 digital TV subscribers.
Nagravision has announced two deals in Central and Eastern Europe as parts of the region gear up for the launch of mobile TV services.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP is expected to switch its DTT trial in Warsaw entirely to MPEG-4 today, according to a local report.
Year-end figures published by the incumbent Hungarian telco Magyar Telekom show that it ended 2007 with 717,000 ADSL and cable broadband subscribers.
The sale of Golden Telecom to VimpelCom, creating in the process what will be the leading telecom company in Russia, has moved a stage closer.
Russia’s likely future president Dmitry Medvedev has called for the launch of a 24-hour channel aimed solely at people working in the agricultural sector.
Unconfirmed reports say that the Ukrainian DTH platform Viasat Ukraine, otherwise known as Vision TV, will finally make its debut next week.
UPC has begun to carry two HD channels on its cable network in the Czech Republic.
The Russian mobile operator VimpelCom has confirmed that it has secured a $3.5 billion (€2.4 billion) syndicated loan to buy the alternative carrier Golden Telecom.
The Czech DTH platform UPC Direct is about to introduce five new channels to its programme offer.