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.
The TV industry currently finds itself in unchartered waters due to the global pandemic.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has been busy in recent weeks standing up for its members in Central and Eastern Europe.
This is undoubtedly a golden age for streaming services throughout the world.
The award of 5G licences is proving to be a highly contentious issue in Hungary.
The coronavirus pandemic is delaying the transition to the DVB-T2 terrestrial TV standard in parts of Central and East Europe.
The TV industry across Central and Eastern Europe is responding in positive and in many cases also imaginative ways to the coronavirus pandemic.