Vivendi is preparing to launch a DTH platform in Ukraine after satellite signals in the country are encrypted on January 20, 2020.
M7 Group will close Diveo, its TV platform on Astra (19.2° East) for DTH satellite households in Germany, on November 30, 2019.
The Autorité de la concurrence has lifted the restrictions placed on Altice, imposed when its subsidiary Numericable acquired the mobile network SFR.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an affiliate of the Czech Republic’s PPF Group in a cash transaction of approximately $2.1 billion.
Poland’s Cyfrowy Polsat has entered into a joint venture with Discovery Communications Europe and TVN to launch an OTT streaming platform.
The BBC may not be sustainable in its current form if it fails to regain younger audiences who are increasingly tuning out of its services, according to the findings of Ofcom’s latest annual report on the corporation.
NENT Group and Telenor Group are to merge their consumer operations, combining Viasat’s satellite pay-TV business with Canal Digital’s operations.
The showdown between the supporters and opponents of Sunrise’s takeover of UPC Switzerland will not take place for the time being: The Swiss telecommunications company pulls the emergency brake and, with approval by UPC parent company Liberty Global, cancels the extraordinary general meeting (EGM) scheduled for October 23, 2019.
UK viewers that are currently using pay-TV subscriptions purchased in another European country will no longer be able to use them once the UK leaves the European Union.
Ireland’s Eir has become the latest operator to adopt Apple TV as its primary set-top box.