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 General Court has upheld a fine close to HUF 143 million (€440,000) on RTL Klub, one of the country’s leading commercial broadcasters.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom and its CEO a total of HUF61.5 million (€190,200) for failing to fully comply with a decision it made in 2015.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom HUF72.8 million (€227,000) for providing services without all the necessary permission.
The regulator NMHH has fined UPC Hungary HUF48 million (€135,200) for what it terms “serious and conscientious violations of basic EU and domestic legislation”.
Digi has informed the Hungarian regulator NMHH that it has set June 15 as the new date for the launch of mobile telephony services in the country.
UPC Hungary has been fined HUF121 million (€391,000) by regulator NMHH for what has been described as a “serious infringement”.
Hungary’s two leading broadcasters RTL Klub and TV2 have significant increased their levels of product placement.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has granted HUF103.2 million (€333,000) for the production of news, public and cultural programming by 20 local and regional TV stations.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom HUF75 million (€245,800) for incorrectly introducing a new product named ‘Flip Home’.