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.
The Slovenian Competition Protection Agency (AVK) is set to reject the proposed sale of CME-owned Pro Plus, the operator of the TV stations Kanal A and Pop TV, to United Group.
Telekom Slovenije has reached a court settlement with the alternative telco T-2.
Slovenia’s Agency for Communication Networks and Services (AKOS) has awarded a number of pay-DTT licences.
United Group has received the final regulatory approval for its subsidiary Slovenia Broadband to buy CME’s assets in Croatia.
Vivid is lining up new VOD and linear launches in Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Macedonia.
Cable operators in Slovenia are hoping legislation is amended to ensure that only must-carry channels are offered in basic packages.
Further details have been made available about the upcoming ZKOS cable industry conference in the Slovenian town of Portoroz on June 6-8.