Hungary has become the second country in Central and Eastern Europe to launch a Paramount-branded SVOD service.
Poland’s leading cable operator UPC Polska has added three channels from SPI International-backed Kino Polska to its line-up.
The OTT platform TNT-Premier operated by Russia’s Gazprom-Media has already had 6.1 million unique visitors.
Russia’s National Media Group (NMG) has acquired a 50% stake in the film production company Art Pictures Studios from its founders for an undisclosed fee.
Anete Schaefer, VP business Europe, Deutsche Telekom, has said she doubts the Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom will be sold.
The owners of most Hungarian pro-government media assets have said they are donating their companies to the Central European Press and Media Foundation.
Albtelecom currently has over 85,000 triple-play customers, according to Kliton Proko, the company’s business development director.
Russia’s leading DTH platform operator had 10 million connected HD subscribers as of last month (November).
SPI International has strengthened its partnership with the Serbian incumbent by adding VOD services to its platform.
Content differentiation is the key to success for the Belarusian telco Velcom, which is part of the A1 Group.