As speculation mounts about a possible sale of some of its assets to Vodafone, how well is Liberty Global performing in the five CEE markets it is present in?
The Sky Sports team from commentary box to board must be pretty pleased with their work. In the bidding for the Premier League rights package from 2019 to 2022 they’ve secured almost everything they might have hoped for and at a discount of 16 per cent a match.
Are we witnessing the start of a major shift in Central and Eastern Europe’s media and telecoms landscape?
As I head to NATPE again this year, I do so with a very different outlook. For over 20 years I have been a senior executive in the global TV industry, attending this conference regularly, but about three years ago, a number of seismic changes shook our industry and those who didn’t take notice are […]
There has never been a more appropriate moment for content providers to rethink their digital distribution strategy.
Esports is becoming increasingly important for Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry.
Is the problem of video piracy finally being taken seriously in Central and Eastern Europe?
The Dutch regional cable operator Delta is making some interesting moves after having been acquired by Swedish investment vehicle EQT. From being a laggard, the operator could now very well spell the future of cable.
2018 has got off to an interesting start on the M&A front in Central and Eastern Europe.
Just how well did the leading TV channels in Central and Eastern Europe perform in 2017?