TV Markiza has launched a new channel in Slovakia, Fooor, featuring top sitcoms, films and comedy entertainment shows.
The Russian government has widened its grip on broadcasting, according to a new report on digital switchover focusing on Russia and the CIS countries published by the European Audiovisual Observatory.
Telekom Slovenije has entered into a joint venture with Greece’s Antenna Group.
Telekom Slovenije has become the sole shareholder in Aneks, a leading alternative telco operating in the Serbian part of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Telekom Slovenije had operating revenues of €595.9 million for the first nine months of this year, or 4% less than in the same period in 2011.
Telekom Slovenije has said that its estimated net profit for the first nine months of the year amounted to €41 million.
Slovenia’s Post and Electronic Communications Agency (APEK) has called a tender for radio frequencies for national DVB-T broadcasting on what will be the country’s third DTT multiplex (Multiplex C).
The Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije has denied that it plans to sell its interests in Macedonia – and by implication other markets it is present in – despite continued doubts about its own future.
Telekom Slovenia has announced it plans to place great emphasis on the further development and services of its IPTV platform SiOL TV.
Telekom Slovenije has dropped three Viasat services from its IPTV platform SiOL TV.