The Czech Republic’s PPF Group has in the space of a handful of years become a leading player in Central and Eastern Europe’s media and telecoms industry.
Telekom Srbija has made remarkable progress in the last three years through both organic growth and a series of important acquisitions.
Antenna Group has been an active player in the South-East European TV industry for over 30 years.
Orange’s acquisition of a controlling stake in the fixed-line operator TKR is an important milestone for Romania’s electronic communications industry.
French media groups are at the forefront of the consolidation now taking place across Central and Eastern Europe.
Anyone who still believes Central and Europe lags in the development of modern electronic communication services should look no further than Croatia and Latvia, two of the region’s smaller markets.
Next year will see the launch of two major international streaming services across Central and Eastern Europe.
Amid all the controversy surrounding TVN and Discovery, another leading player in Poland’s TV industry recently embarked on far-reaching changes to its market profile.
2021 is turning out to be a significant year for Orange and its pay-TV business in Slovakia.
A brand new international SVOD service named SkyShowtime could be made available to no fewer than 14 Central and East European markets within a matter of months.