Protests have taken place in Belgrade in support of N1, the TV channel that now finds itself at the centre of a dispute between its operator United Group and Telekom Srbija.
Telekom Srbija has claimed that United Media does not want a solution to the dispute with cable operators over the carriage of its channels.
Telekom Srbija has gone from the worst to best performing network operator in Serbia in the space of only two years.
Serbia’s Competition Commission has approved the acquisition of the Banja Luka-based company Financ by Mtel, which is 65% owned by Telekom Srbija.
A+E Networks has expanded the distribution of History and Crime+Investigation in Serbia.
Telekom Srbija’s subsidiary Mtel has officially become the sole owner of Banja Luka-based Elta Kabel, one of the largest cable TV and internet providers in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
SPI/Filmbox has entered into a new three-year, broadened partnership with Telekom Srbija.
Telekom Srbija has acquired Telemark, the largest cable operator in western and central Serbia.
Telekom Srbija has embarked on a completely new strategy in the last few months, focusing on acquisitions and local content, including the launch of proprietary channels.
Telekom Srbija has signed agreements with Radio Television Republike Srpske (RTRS), Banja Luka Alternative Television (AATV) and Prnjavorske K3.