Telia has purchased the company behind Sweden’s TV4, C More and the Finnish MTV.
MTG has recorded increased profits of 12%, despite costs relating to its failed merger with TDC, and ongoing separation.
Telenor’s Broadcast revenues were hit by the country’s shutdown of FM transmissions in favour of DAB Digital Radio.
Netflix added 5.2 million users worldwide in the second quarter, or over 1 million fewer than the streaming service had expected.
Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has approved the sale of a 4% stake in Channel One currently held by Roman Abramovich to National Media Group (NMG).
Canal+ and Eutelsat have ended their dispute over payment of transponder fees for the broadcaster’s services in Poland and Africa.
Vivendi is closing down its Studio + service aimed at young mobile viewers after racking up losses of EUR48 million in less than two years time.
Greece’s OTE has raised €400 million from international debt capital markets through the successful issue of a new four-year bond issue.
Comcast has further raised its bid for Sky, increasing its bid to £14.75 per share, as the battle for the European broadcaster intensifies.
21st Century Fox has increased its offer for Sky to £14 per share. Fox is looking to take full control of the broadcaster against a rival bid from the US media giant Comcast.