2020 is turning out to be one of the most unusual years ever for the communications industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
The introduction of 5G services is gathering momentum across Central and Eastern Europe.
Netflix is likely to end this quarter with almost one million subscribers in Poland.
Sometimes it helps to go right to the top to solve a problem, even in the communications industry.
2020 is already proving to be an eventful year for United Group, one of the leading providers of media and telecom services in South East Europe.
As the coronavirus pandemic begins to ease, what does the future hold for the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe?
Canal+ is becoming an increasingly important player in Central and Eastern Europe.
This weekend will see the restart of professional football in one of Europe’s leading leagues.
These are unprecedented times for the TV industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
Netflix and most other providers of on demand services in Poland are soon likely to find themselves paying a “contribution” to the country’s film industry.