The real-time TV analytics company TVbeat is to launch its service with the Telekom Austria group subsidiaries Vipnet in Croatia and Mobiltel in Bulgaria.
RTL is now offering viewers more channels than any other national broadcaster in Croatia.
Deutsche Telekom has connected the first three of ten countries for its new European network, with Croatia, Hungary and Slovakia now drawing products from a standardised platform.
Croatian broadcasters and telcos are wary of making any new investments before 2020.
Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT) saw little growth in its TV subscriber total in 2014.
Pickbox.tv, a SVOD service in the region of the former Yugoslavia, has launched its application for Samsung smart TVs.
The Croatia-based SVOD platform Pickbox.tv, which can be received in the countries that made up the former Yugoslavia, has launched an app for smart TVs.
The Croatian IPTV platform MaxTV, which is operated by the incumbent telco Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT), has added the SVOD service Pickbox.tv to its offer.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvastki Telekom (T-HT) ended the third quarter with 393,000 TV customers, a 2.6% increase on the same period last year.
Croatia’s Optima Telecom has upgraded its OptiTV service and deployed a next generation end-to-end solution in partnership with SmartLabs.