Len Blavatnik’s DAZN is once again considering the possibility of an IPO.
The United Group subsidiaries SBB and United Media have filed criminal charges against Telekom Srbija and Telenor Serbia for allegedly committing a criminal offence by concluding a restrictive agreement.
Sweden’s EQT and the New York-based Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners are reported to be preparing to make a bid for the Dutch incumbent KPN.
The number of Western European pay-TV subscribers will fall by 4 million between 2020 and 2026 to 103 million.
A1 Bulgaria has been awarded the main 5G licence in the 3.6 GHz spectrum in a tender organised by the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC).
Liberty Global and Telefonica have signalled their intention to appoint Lutz Schüler as chief executive officer of their proposed joint venture.
European competition authorities have given their approval to the merger of Denmark’s TRIAX and the Spanish company Klode Media, the former Multimedia business unit of Ikusi.
Sony has created a new TV service that’s being made available to purchasers of its latest televisions.
Cloud video management company Kaltura has postponed its Initial Public Offering (IPO), initially planned for Thursday.
Netflix could have over 1 million customers in Russia by the end of this year.