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.
Serbia has been very much in the news in recent months, with the main focus being on positive developments at Telekom Srbija and Serbia Broadband (SBB).
2019 is turning out to be an important year for HbbTV in Central and Eastern Europe.
Deutsche Telekom appears to be pursuing a policy of re-alignment in Central and Eastern Europe.
Although 2019 has been relatively quiet so far on the M&A front in Central and Eastern Europe, the second half of the year is likely to be more active.
New Europe Market (NEM) has in the space of only a handful of years developed into one of the most important industry events in Central and Eastern Europe.