TV stations in Hungary have in recent years experienced “a veritable flood of advertising”.
Magyar Telekom’s TV subscriber base in its home market Hungary grew by 4.5% in the year to June 30.
RTL Group ended the first half with 6.041 million paying subscribers to its streaming services RTL+ in Germany and Hungary and Videoland in the Netherlands.
Hungary’s 4iG and the Government of Montenegro have mutually terminated their inherited litigations and confirmed their future strategic cooperation in a Memorandum of Understanding.
PPF Telecom Group has appointed Igor Prerovsky the new CEO of Yettel Hungary, effectively September 2023.
Hungary’s Media Service Support Asset Management Fund (MTVA) has entered into a strategic agreement with Hunan Broadcasting System.
4iG’s subsidiary Antenna Hungária has entered into an agreement to sell MIS Omega Mobilhálózat, which owns Digi mobile infrastructure.
RTL Hungary has won the A package broadcasting rights to the UEFA Champions League for three seasons starting 2024/25.
Hungary’s 4iG may expand its IT/SI business into global markets in the near future, through joint ventures with Rheinmetall.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has awarded licences for the use of the 32 GHz frequency band.