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.
Magyar Telekom’s CEO Christopher Mattheisen has resigned and will leave the company on July 1.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom has granted its CEO and board of directors member Christopher Mattheisen 40,625 shares and closed the “Matching Share Plan”.
Istvan Kutas has been appointed to head the PR office newly established as part of Magyar Telekom’s Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs area.
IPTV was the main driver in Magyar Telekom’s TV business in 2017.
Magyar Telekom’s high-speed, fixed broadband network is now available in more than 3 million households.
The new on demand service FOX+ has made its Central and East European debut on Magyar Telekom in Hungary.
Magyar Telekom has added the Hungarian version of Euronews to its TV channel offer.
Telenor has announced that it has received “expressions of interest” for its mobile operations in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom has added the short movie channel ShortsTV to its TV offer.