Anyone interested in attending a rewarding industry event in Central and Eastern Europe should look no further than the Webit. Digital Entertainment & Media Summit (DEMS).
This week saw the sudden resignation of Rudolf Skobe, the president of Telekom Slovenije, after over six and a half years in the post.
HBO has played a hugely important role in Central and Eastern Europe’s TV industry since the 1990s and will do so for the foreseeable future.
When it comes DTH, there is no doubt that Europe is now being eclipsed by other parts of the world, and in particular Latin America.
Broadband TV News speaks with Zdenek Vanicek, Chairman Emiritus of the Czech Association of Electronic Communications (CAEC), about the Czech cable industry and market in general.
Change is in the air for one of Central and Eastern Europe’s longest established media and entertainment companies.
To say that the last few years have been eventful for SPI International/FilmBox is something of an understatement.
Canal+ has been present in Poland for 25 years and remains a hugely important player in the country’s TV industry.
Hungary is currently undergoing important changes to its TV industry.
Liberty Global is gradually winding down its involvement in Central and Eastern Europe and in a few months time may only have a presence in Poland and Slovakia.