Latvia’s National Electronic Mass Media Council (NEPLP) has excluded 16 Russian channels from the list of services allowed to be distributed in the country.
The Latvian incumbent telco Tet has announced plans to launch a new streaming entertainment platform this spring.
The Latvian incumbent telco Tet has decided to drop five channels distributed by the Baltic Media Alliance subsidiary SIA TEM LV from its offer.
The Latvian incumbent Tet has invested €4 million in the development of its fibre network this year.
Latvia’s National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) has launched a tender for a new national commercial DTT channel.
Latvia’s president has signed off the Law of Public Electronic Media and its Management.
The Latvian incumbent telco Tet has dismissed Juris Gulbis from the position of chairman of the board and CEO, effective December 4.
Latvian State Police have detained three individuals suspected of illegally distributing pay-TV signals in the capital Riga and environs.
Latvia’s National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) has approved procurement guidelines and tasks for public service media in the country in 2021.
The Latvian regulator NEPLP detected 35 websites illegally distributing TV channels in the country in the first nine months of this year.