German platform operator M7 Deutschland has secured distribution contracts with six new network operators in the first half of 2020.
Tele 2’s Swedish cable business Com Hem saw a 12% decline as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Telemach has entered into a partnership with Trion Tel to provide joint services in Banja Luka, the second largest city in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Austrian cable operator Lampert has set up a DVB-T transmitter in neighbouring Switzerland in order to be able to distribute the popular TV channels of Swiss public broadcaster SRG on its network again.
Virgin Media is adding 100 linear channels in one following an agreement with ViacomCBS.
The Competition and Markets Authority is to ask the European Commission to take full control of the review into the merger of Liberty Global’s Virgin Media and Telefonica’s O2.
Negotiations between Dutch cabler VodafoneZiggo and Disney, owner of the Dutch live football channels Fox Sports/Eredivisie Live, have reached deadlock, because a new carriage agreement would amount to a 300% increase in costs to the operator.
Poland’s leading cable operator Vectra has made its VOD offer also available on the TV Online service and mobile app.
Latvia’s second largest TV and internet service provider Baltcom has deployed CryptoGuard CAS to secure its digital TV services.
Vodafone Deutschland will continue distributing pay-TV channels Sport1+ and eSports1 on the GigaTV platform on its cable network.