Regulations have been added to Poland’s Cinematography Act governing, amongst others, payments to the Polish Film Institute (PISF) by providers of on demand audiovisual services.
The value of the electronic communications market in Moldova amounted to around MDL1.5 billion (€76.95 million) in the first three months of this year.
Almost 80% of the Czech operator Telly’s new customers opt for its internet TV rather than DTH service.
Telekom Srbija is in pole position to buy Ipko Communications, one of the leading providers of telecom services in Kosovo.
The Czech Republic’s Digital Broadcasting has announced new dates for the transition to the DVB-T2 standard.
Ukrainian TV channels use outdated frequencies in the range 690-822 MHz.
The number of fixed broadband subscribers in Moldova grew by 1.2% to 678,400 in the first quarter.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) and Ericsson Nikola Tesla (ENT) signed a cooperation agreement making ENT the exclusive supplier of the radio part for HT’s mobile network until 2024.
Over half (53%) of Hungarian internet users aged 16 and over say they have encountered fake news, according to a survey undertaken by the regulator NMHH.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP will launch a new internet-delivered channel this Friday, June 26.