Telekom Srbija has embarked on a completely new strategy in the last few months, focusing on acquisitions and local content, including the launch of proprietary channels.
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.
BBC First has entered into a partnership with A1 Telekom Austria Group that will result in the drama channel launching in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia on April 1.
Makedonski Telekom (MKT) has adopted a framework agreement for the delivery of IPTV set-top boxes.
The Hungarian incumbent saw a 4.9% increase in TV customers in its home market in the year to September 30.
Magyar Telekom’s TV revenues in its home market Hungary amounted to HUF11.5 billion (€40 million) in the second quarter, or 3.5% more than in the corresponding period last year.
Vivid is lining up new VOD and linear launches in Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Macedonia.
IPTV was the main driver in Magyar Telekom’s TV business in 2017.
Magyar Telekom’ TV business saw impressive growth in its home market in the year to September 30, with the number of subscribers passing the 1 million mark.
Magyar Telekom’s TV business put in a strong performance in its home market in the year to June 30, with revenues growing by 5.1% and the number of subscribers by 3.6%.