Digi Communications has signed an agreement with AMC Networks International – Central and Northern Europe (AMCNI CNE) for the distribution of nine of the latter’s channels in Hungary from this month.
RTL Hungary and M7 Group have concluded an agreement under which the satellite services provider will continue to broadcast RTL channels.
Talks on the sale of Magyar Telekom’s subsidiary T-Systems to 4iG have been terminated.
Magyar Telekom’s board of directors has decided to simplify its governance structure, effective January 1, 2020.
Magyar Telekom has reached an agreement with the interest representation organisations operating at the company.
The Hungarian national broadcaster TV2 Media Group is placed to issue bonds worth HUF30 billion (€89.3 million).
Digi was the leading provider of pay-TV services in Hungary irrespective of technology in September, claiming a market share of 29.84%.
The pay-DTT service MinDig TV Extra operated by Antenna Hungária (AH) will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year with nearly 100,000 subscribers.
Digi has carried out its first live 5G test in the Hungarian capital, Budapest.
Digi Communications had total revenues of €299.4 million in the third quarter, up from €270 million in the same period last year.