These are extraordinary times for United Group, the leading multiplay operator in South-East Europe.
What does the future hold in store for telcos and their TV operations across Central and Eastern Europe?
Broadband TV News speaks with Janet Greco, Event Executive Producer, Broadcast Projects, about Media Meet & Greet. With additional comments by Chris Griffin, Partner and Commercial Director, Broadband TV News.
Recent events could complicate the return of Euronews to Belarus.
The merger of WarnerMedia and Discovery will almost certainly impact streaming services across Central and Eastern Europe.
2021 is turning out to be a busy year for TV channel launches across Central and Eastern Europe.
The antitrust proceedings initiated by the Polish competition authority UOKIK against Telewizja Polsat and Discovery have come as no surprise.
2021 has so far been quite an eventful year for the multi-play operator United Group.
The latest Media Meet & Greet, organised by Broadcast Projects in association with Broadband TV News, examined a wide range of subjects ranging from OTT and recommended content to piracy and the future of trade shows.
Make no mistake, a football European Super League (ESL) has been on the cards for some time.