Serghei Bulgac, the CEO and executive director of Digi Communications, has sold a total of x shares in the company since the beginning of this month.
Magyar Telekom’s TV revenues rose by 6.4% year-on-year to HUF12.2 billion (€38.4 million) in Q4 2018 thanks to the growing IPTV subscribers base in the two countries it operates in.
Digi Communications had consolidated revenues of €1.03 billion in 2017, or 13.2% more than a year earlier.
UPC Hungary subscribers will now be able to receive four more channels from SPI/Filmbox thanks to the extension of an agreement between the two companies.
Attila Meszaros has been appointed the corporate communications director of Telenor Hungary.
Andy Vajna, the owner of the Hungarian national commercial broadcaster TV2, has died following a long illness.
Viasat World’s premium channel Epic Drama is now available on both the Magyar Telekom and Vidanet platforms in Hungary.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has imposed a fine of HUF51.5 million (€160,000) on Magyar Telekom and its CEO for unlawful procedures related to the company’s switch from analogue to digital broadcasting.
The Hungarian national transmission company Antenna Hungária has renewed its online TV service mindiGO TV.
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has signed a decree exempting the pro-government Central European Press and Media Foundation from oversight by media and competition authorities.