Poland and Slovakia provided a ray of sunshine for Liberty Global in what were otherwise largely disappointing third quarter results.
The Czech Republic’s PPF Group is coming increasingly to the fore in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry.
Vodafone’s acquisition of Liberty Global’s Czech, Romanian and Hungarian assets has undoubtedly strengthened its position in Central and Eastern Europe.
If press reports in the Czech Republic and Romania are to be believed, the sale of Central European Media Enterprises (CME) to PPF Group could only be days away.
Ukraine’s broadcast industry is changing rapidly, with one of the most important upcoming developments being the encryption of satellite TV services.
5G is currently making the headlines across Central and Eastern Europe.
This year could end with yet another burst of activity on the M&A front in Central and Eastern Europe.
Arabsat-owned Hellas Sat has been a key player in Central and Eastern Europe’s DTH market for around 15 years.
This year’s IBC will again feature a number of companies that are either based in Central and Eastern Europe or have a strong involvement there.
Canal+ has been present in Poland for almost a quarter of a century, initially through its film channel and not long after also a DTH platform.