The war in Ukraine is being played out in the broadcast media as well as on the battlefield.
International media companies are ending their activities in Russia in increasing numbers following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Peter York, the design consultant, once produced an analysis of the logos used by British television channels. York observed that the smaller the channel, the more often they would change their logo.
There is something unique about the way the war in Ukraine is being covered by several media outlets in Central and Eastern Europe.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has drawn a swift response from some broadcast regulators in Central and Eastern Europe.
The upcoming acquisition of RTL Croatia by CME has particular significance for both their current owners.
Cyberattacks are becoming an increasing threat to media and telecom companies across Central and Eastern Europe.
Dancing the Tango, BT and Discovery, but being second on the floor after Sky isn’t easy, writes Julian Clover.
WarnerMedia’s long-awaited streaming service HBO Max will officially launch in 13 Central and East European countries on March 8.
2022 looks like being another eventful year for the Hungarian IT and telecom company 4iG.