Central and Eastern Europe is waiting in anticipation for the launch of Disney+ in the region.
The transition to the DVB-T2 standard is gathering pace in some of Central and Eastern Europe’s leading TV markets.
2020 is likely to go down as an eventful year for Canal+ and its operations in Poland.
Another chapter has begun in the history of one of Central and Eastern Europe’s longest-established commercial broadcasters.
Major and in some instances controversial developments are currently taking place in Slovenia’s broadcast industry.
The Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija is rarely out of the news these days.
The upcoming acquisition of the Polish telco Play Communications by France’s iliad is undoubtedly an important development.
Vodafone has in the space of a year become a major player in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry.
PPF Group is now in the final stages of acquiring Central European Media Enterprises (CME) in a deal worth some $2.1 billion.
The Czech Republic will see the launch of its first-ever pay-DTT service on October 1.