The Latvian incumbent telco Tet has announced plans to launch a new streaming entertainment platform this spring.
The return of the football match known as Le Classique has delivered the best audience for Canal+ and its coverage since October 2019.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) expects to see significant uptake in its non-linear services.
Hungary’s Curia (Supreme Court) has dismissed an appeal by Digi Communications that it was unlawfully excluded from a 5G auction in the country.
BT Sport has secured exclusive rights to the England men’s and women’s cricket tours of the West Indies and New Zealand.
NENT Group has secured a comprehensive package of international football for its Viaplay service in the Baltic countries.
Canal+ has signed an agreement with the French Professional Football League that will give the pay-TV company exclusive live rights to the country’s top-flight football until the end of the season.
Germany’s ban on regional advertising within national channels could be contrary to European Law.
Plans by France’s football authority to breathe life into its collapsed TV rights deal have failed after an auction failed to reach the reserve price.
New drama It’s a Sin has helped All 4 achieve its biggest ever month of streaming.