Central European Media Enterprise (CME) saw strong growth in its regional TV markets in 2018.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has decided to terminate an agreement, previously announced in July 2017, to sell its operations in Slovenia. Instead, it will retain full ownership of what is the leading TV network in the country.
The Slovenian Competition Protection Agency (AVK) is set to reject the proposed sale of CME-owned Pro Plus, the operator of the TV stations Kanal A and Pop TV, to United Group.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has posted another impressive quarter, during which it completed to the sale of its operations in Croatia to Slovenia Broadband.
The CME stations TV Nova and TV Markiza have won a further legal victory in their dispute with M7 Group, which operates the DTH platform Skylink in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) continued to perform strongly in the first half of this year and now claims to be in the best financial shape for a decade.
United Group has received the final regulatory approval for its subsidiary Slovenia Broadband to buy CME’s assets in Croatia.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME), which has a strong presence in four CEE TV markets, has made its best ever start to a year.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) ended 2017 on a high, with its operations in four markets in the region having performed exceptionally well during the year.
The Chinese energy group CEFC and Czech/Slovak financial group Penta Investments have made a joint bid of around $2 billion (€1.69 billion) for the Time Warner-owned broadcaster CME.