Balazs Mathe, Magyar Telekom’s chief legal and corporate affairs officer and member of its management committee, will leave the company with mutual agreement at the end of the year.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom and its CEO a total of HUF61.5 million (€190,200) for failing to fully comply with a decision it made in 2015.
Europe’s third largest cable operator Digi Communications aims to achieve a turnover of €1 billion this year.
Vodafone has become the first company in Hungary to broadcast real-time online video content through a 5G test link and stream it in HD on the web.
Digi Communications’ subsidiary Digi Spain Telecom has launched commercial fixed broadband and fixed telephony services in Spain.
Romanian-owned Digi (RCS&RDS) is the third largest cable operator in Europe after Altice and Liberty Global.
Andrea Bártfai-Mager, Hungary’s minister without portfolio in charge of national assets, has appointed Zsolt Sárecz CEO of Antenna Hungária, effective September 1.
The Hungarian broadcaster ATV is to start working with CNN.
Romania’s leading pay-TV operator Digi has posted net profits of €15.29 million for the first half of this year.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom HUF72.8 million (€227,000) for providing services without all the necessary permission.