The EBU’s DG Ingrid Deltenre has written to PM of Croatia Tihomir Oreskovic to express the Union’s concern about reported threats to the editorial and institutional independence of the public broadcaster HRT.
The number of fibre to the home (FTTH) and fibre to the building (FTTB) subscribers in Europe increased by 19% over the first nine months of 2015, reaching more than 35.9 million FTTH/B subscribers.
The acquisition of the cable operator Blizoo significantly increased Telekom Austria’s TV subscriber total in Bulgaria in 2015.
The Bosnian public broadcaster BHRT is experiencing extreme financial problems and is facing the real threat of closure.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) and Vipnet have expressed contrasting visions as to the future of the telecom market in Croatia.
The Bosnian and Herzegovinian (BiH) government could deny the Croatian incumbent Hravtski Telekom (HT) the right of first refusal on the sale of the telco HT Mostar.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has made the SVOD service Pickbox available to its customers on a multiscreen basis for no additional charge.
The Croatian IPTV platform Iskon has added Fight Channel to its Extended Basic package.
Croatia’s three leading telcos – Hrvatski Telekom (HT), Vipnet and Tele2 Hrvatska – all expect to have a challenging year in 2016.
A new family oriented TV channel focused on Catholic values is set to launch in Croatia on December 25.