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.
Time Warner’s Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has become a take-over target for the Chinese energy investment group CEFC.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) saw strong growth in the third quarter, following on from the sale of its operations in Croatia and Slovenia.
The European Media Alliance initiated by German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 will add TV channels from Central Europe to its association.
Florian Skala, the CEO of Bulgaria’s bTV Media Group, has insisted that CME has no plans to leave the country.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has reported on the last quarter before announcing the sale of its broadcast assets in Croatia and Slovenia.
CME’s decision to sell its broadcasting assets in Croatia and Slovenia was a surprising and yet at the same time highly important development.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has agreed to sell its broadcast interests in Croatia (Nova TV) and Slovenia (Pop TV) to Slovenia Broadband, a subsidiary of United Group, for €230 million in cash.