TV3 Group and the Asociación de Clubs de Baloncesto (acb), commonly known as the Liga Endesa, have announced exclusive multiyear broadcast partnership in the Baltics.
The Polish Senate on Thursday, September 9 rejected the so-called “Lex TVN” that could result in Discovery being forced to exit the country.
Latvia’s National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) has announced a tender for the right to distribute free-to-air (FTA) national commercial TV channels in the country for the next three years.
Slovakia’s Council for Broadcasting and Retransmission (RVR) has awarded licences for four new digital TV channels.
Redge Media DRM has been implemented for Wirtualna Polska’s online video services.
Vodafone Ukraine has completed the acquisition of 99.99% of the shares in Farlep-Invest, which operates under the Vega brand, as well as at least 95% of Cable TV-Finance.
Tinatin Kandelaki has been appointed deputy general director of Russia’s Gazprom-Media holding.
Media Group Ukraine (MGU) has reached an agreement with the new US OTT platform Boss TV, which targets ethnic communities around the world.
Romania’s National Audiovisual Council (CNA) has issued a statement clarifying the rules governing video content that appears in online publications.
Bosnia’s Communications Regulatory Agency (RAK) has issued a response to what it terms “inaccurate information published in some media” about the switch off of analogue TV signals in the country.