Rudolf Skobe, the president of the management board at Telekom Slovenije, has handed in his resignation.
The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for two licences for national DTT broadcasting in the country.
IPTV accounted for over half (54.3%) of all pay-TV homes in Slovenia at the end of last year.
The Ukrainian incumbent Ukrtelekom plans to invest around UAH270 million (€8.9 million) in a high speed optical network with the involvement of international partners.
Eurochannel has made its Slovenian debut as a localised service on A1 Slovenia.
A1 Slovenia will make the channel Planet Earth available on its IPTV and cable offers from April 4.
IPTV accounted for 54.3% of all pay-TV connections in Slovenia in Q3 2018, according to data published by Telekom Slovenije in its latest annual report.
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.
Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has decided to terminate an agreement, previously announced in July 2017, to sell its operations in Slovenia. Instead, it will retain full ownership of what is the leading TV network in the country.
Telekom Slovenije has launched a ‘smart life platform’ that allows users to simply manage TV and web content through voice control in the Slovenian language.