The leading Czech and Slovak DTH platform Skylink has added the kids channel Minimax to its offer today (May 1).
Further details have emerged about the new Slovak pay-DTT platform Plustelka, which is due to make its debut on May 1.
Slovakia will see the launch of its first pay-DTT service on May 1.
The new female-oriented channel WAU, which is due to launch on Monday, April 15, has secured carriage on the leading Czech and Slovak DTH platform Skylink.
Chello Central Europe has announced a partnership with Shorts International to further extend the distribution of ShortsTV in Central and Eastern Europe.
Topfun Media has launched a new six-channel programme package.
The soon-to-be-launched Slovak female-skewed channel WAU has been awarded a national DTT licence by the country’s Council for Broadcasting and Retransmission (RVR).
The Slovak national commercial broadcaster TV Joj has announced that it will launch its third channel on April 15.
PRAGUE BUSINESS BREAKFAST – The DTH platform freeSAT will add Travel Channel HD to its offer on May 1.
PRAGUE BUSINESS BREAKFAST – Skylink and CS Link currently have a combined total of around 2.1 million active smart cards in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, according to Jaromir Glisnik, president M77.