Netflix has undoubtedly made a strong impression on Central and Eastern Europe in the three years since it made its debut in the region in January 2016.
Bulgarian media owners have taken centre stage in the latest round of M&As in Central and Eastern Europe.
One of the most important transactions in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry in 2018 was announced late last month, just as everyone was winding down for the Christmas break.
2019 is likely to be a somewhat different year for the electronic communications industry in Central and Eastern Europe than this one has been.
As was predicted, 2018 turned out to be a year of M&As in Central and Eastern Europe. However, not everything went according to plan and some deals failed to come off or were left in limbo.
To say it’s been an extraordinary fourth quarter in Serbia’s TV industry is something of an understatement.
The annual Berlin-based conference organised by Dataxis and covering DACH and CEE countries goes from strength to strength.
Two interesting reports concerning Hungary’s electronic communications industry have appeared in the last fortnight.
It’s not often we see the simultaneous launch of a DTH platform in three markets.
This is proving to be a highly unpredictable time for M&As in Central and Eastern Europe.