The competition for the post of director general of Czech Television intensifies as Jan Souček and Jiří František Potužník announce their candidacies, joining incumbent Petr Dvořák in the race.
After nearly a decade, Rebel TV will cease satellite broadcasting, citing viewer preference for DVB-T2 and IPTV services.
The Czech digital television landscape is about to become more diverse as Náš region TV prepares to launch on DVB-T2 Multiplex 23 in mid-April.
Data reveals that O2 TV is the largest similar service in PPF's portfolio.
The Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting initiates proceedings against Barrandov Krimi for violating license terms, potentially leading to fines or license revocation.
Czech viewers are lagging behind other European countries, including neighbouring Slovakia, in the adoption of pay-TV services, with only 57% tuning in, according to a recent survey by AtMedia Index.
More than three million viewers over the age of 15 tuned in for at least three minutes of television coverage of the presidential inauguration on Thursday.
Czech financial group PPF has become the second-largest shareholder in German media company ProSiebenSat.1 Media, acquiring a 10.1% stake.
Two series based on real-life events have been honoured by the Czech Film and Television Academy at the annual Czech Lion Award.
Public broadcaster seeks alternative revenue streams in licensing deal with Voyo.
Unlike other European countries, the Czech Republic will not abolish TV licence fees. Ministry of Culture looks to neighbouring Germany for inspiration.
CEE video-on-demand service Voyo targets growth with TV Nova's original productions.