Swedish-Romanian European Drinks (ED), one of the top food and beverage distribs in Eastern Europe, will launch a 24-hour cable channel by the end of the year.
On the brink of war in Iraq, Hungarian TV is moving from escapist fare and focusing more on reality programming.
Multiplex developer Kolosej Kinematografi will build the country's third multiplex in Maribor at the end of the year, following the success of plexes in the capital, Ljubljana, opened in 2001, and…
The government has barred the country's media, including state-owned Radio Television Serbia and commercial nets TV Pink and BK TV, from reporting on the hunt for Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic's…
SBS-controlled TV2, one of two of Hungary's private commercial networks, is denying reports it is in dire economic straits after six months of program warfare with RTL-controlled net RTL Klub. "The…
Macedonia's Broadcasting Council is cracking down on private broadcasters that air latenight pornography and advertising for phone sex. The council has already singled out national station TV Sitel…
Slovenia joined the European Union's Media Plus and Media Education Programs on March 6, a major boost to the local film and television industry.
The European Union's legal watch-dog, the Council of Europe, has or-dered the tiny former-Soviet republic of Moldova to rethink its draft law on public broadcasting after ruling that it allowed…
Cash-strapped Bosnian state broadcaster BiH Federation Television is taking 180,000 viewers to court to collect on $5 million in unpaid subscription fees.
The assassination Wednesday of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic could end media reforms that his coalition government had been working on for months.