Northrop Grumman and subsidiary SpaceLogistics have successfully completed the docking of the Mission Extension Vehicle-2 (MEV-2) to Intelsat 10-02 (1 degree West) to deliver life-extension services to the 16 year-old satellite.
The Ministry of Information in Belarus has excluded Euronews from the country.
The Polish incumbent Orange Polska and APG, acting on behalf of its Dutch pension fund clients, have signed an agreement to create a 50/50 joint venture.
The number of pay-TV subscribers in Spain has exceeded 8 million for the first time.
Sky is to reduce the size of its workforce by some 25% as part of a four-year reorganisation plan, broadcast unions have confirmed.
The Russian DTH operator NTV-Plus ended Q1 with over 186,000 subscribers to its OTT service NTV-Plus TV.
Len Blavatnik’s DAZN is once again considering the possibility of an IPO.
CommScope is to create a separate its Home Networks business into an independent publicly traded company.
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.