Croatia ended the second quarter with a total of 835,566 pay-TV subscribers.
The latest stage of the merger between Vodafone and UPC Hungary will be a move to futuristic offices in the Budapest One business park in October 2022.
Central and Eastern Europe will have 26.42 million paying SVOD subscriptions by 2025, or more than double the 10.26 million recorded at the end of last year.
Moldova ended the second quarter with around 690,000 fixed broadband subscribers.
TV3 Group is now offering content from the Swedish production company Miniteve on its next generation TV platform Go3 in the Baltic Republics.
Ukraine saw a 35% increase in TV viewership during the coronavirus lockdown.
Ukraine’s leading cable operator Volia has opened up it a free catalogue of movies and TV series.
A working group in the Ukrainian Football League (UPL) has met to discuss the creation of a TV service.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP and national transmission company Emitel have begun a three-month DVB-T2 trial.
The Czech operator Lepsi TV has inadvertently included sports transmissions on Hungarian channels in its offer.