The number of individual fixed broadband subscribers in Russia amounted to 34.6 million in Q2.
The Russian media platform Orion and IT company SberDevices have entered into a partnership agreement aimed at increasing the availability of the latest TV viewing technologies for a wide range of Russian consumers.
Over a third (35%) of Russian OTT subscribers changed their service in the last six months.
Tinatin Kandelaki has been appointed deputy general director of Russia’s Gazprom-Media holding.
Veon has agreed to sell its mobile network towers in Russia to Service-Telecom for R70.65 billion (€816 million).
Russia’s Gazprom-Media had a net profit of R2 billion (€23 million) in the second quarter, as opposed to a net loss of R2.2 billion in the same period last year.
Russia’s Beeline TV service ended the second quarter with 3 million subscribers, or 23.6% more than in the same period last year.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) and service provider Romantis Brazil have started broadcasting the TV Difusora channel in the state of Maranhão in northeastern Brazil.
The cost of TV advertising in Russia is set to rise by 15-20% next year.
Russia ended the second quarter with 34.6 million individual subscribers to broadband internet services.