Croatia remains one of the leading IPTV markets in Central and Eastern Europe, ending the second quarter with 379,487 subscribers to services.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced a public auction for the remaining one-third of the digital dividend that followed the country’s transition to digital broadcasting.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT) has emerged as a frontrunner to buy its Slovenian counterpart.
Telekom Austria’s purchase of the Digi TV satellite operations in Croatia in March cost the company just €0.9 million, it has emerged.
The Croatian Agency for Electronic Media (AEM) has announced the winners of concessions to provide TV services on two of the country’s DTT multiplexes.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT) ended the second quarter with 374,294 TV customers, a figure representing 59.3% of its total fixed broadband customers base.
Neotion, a provider of services for the digital TV market, has developed EvoTV Cam, a new cardless platform for evoTV, Croatian Post’s pay-TV service over DVB-T2.
Croatia’s Vipnet has been given the green light to acquire three small cable operators.
The Croatian Competition Agency (AZTN) has announced that the merger of the incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT) and alternative telco Optima Telekom (OT) cannot be permitted.
The Croatian incumbent Hravtski Telekom (T-HT) has signaled its intention to enter into a strategic partnership with the alternative telco Optima Telekom (OT) in order to save the latter from bankruptcy.