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.
How is RTL Group now performing in Central and Eastern Europe?
Poland’s premier football league Ekstraklasa has scored a first for Central and Eastern Europe by launching its own OTT platform.
How well is Digi Communications performing in Romania and Hungary, its two markets in Central and Eastern Europe?
Holding the broadcasting rights to the English Premier League is a valuable commodity in Central and Eastern Europe.
Liberty Global, aka UPC, has finally left Romania after close to two decades in the country.
Evidence of the popularity of Netflix – as if it were needed – among Polish internet users has been provided in the latest research by the agency Wavemaker.
The news that Vodafone has finally received permission from the EC to take over Liberty Global’s cable assets in three CEE markets is hugely significant for the region.
Hungary has found itself the centre of attention in what is usually a quiet time of year for CEE’s TV industry.