United Group’s decision to invest an additional €293 million in Serbia over the next five years is certainly a vote of confidence in the country.
It should probably come as no surprise that A1 Telekom Austria Group (A1 TAG) has once again been linked with the Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija.
Romania’s Digital Cable Systems (DCS), which operates under the brand name AKTA, has once again found itself in the spotlight.
The longer we were kept waiting on the outcome of UPC’s bid to buy Poland’s third largest cable operator the more likely it seemed destined to fail.
The decision by Telenor to sell up in Central and Eastern Europe comes as no surprise.
On the evidence of its performance in 2017, the future looks bright for Russia’s OTT sector.
Discovery’s acquisition of Scripps Networks Interactive could yet prove to be a game changer for the Polish market.
The latest banning of a Russian language channel in Central and Eastern Europe has come with an interesting twist.
Modern Times Group (MTG) has effectively checked out of Central and Eastern Europe following the sale of the Bulgarian broadcaster Nova.
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?