The company that runs most of the country's terrestrial TV transmitters has announced plans to launch Czechflix, a service that will offer viewers access to programming from all of the major local TV channels.
Disney+ announces a price increase for Czech and Slovakian users and launches new ad-supported subscription tier in several European countries.
Under a new Czech legislation, streaming behemoths such as Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max will be required to allocate 2% of their local earnings towards the production of Czech films and series.
Jan Souček, currently director of the Czech Television studio in Brno, will take over from Petr Dvořák as general director of Czech Television.
After only six months, the Czech streaming service went into restricted mode, with a halt to new user registrations due to unsecured investment commitments.
Martin Konrád, finalist for Czech TV's director general, shares his vision for a more diverse, youth-focused, and economically sustainable future.
Voyo, a subscription-based streaming service, is making waves as it becomes the go-to local service in numerous markets.
Jan Souček, potential director general of Czech TV, discusses his plans for digital transformation and strategic cuts in content acquisition.
A move to curb account sharing, it allows adding users outside the household for a fee.
New research from Nielsen and ResSolution reveals a shift in Czech attitudes towards paid online video content.
Netflix reigns as the most popular VOD platform in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, outpacing competitors like HBO Max, Voyo, and Disney+, according to the latest Atmedia Index survey.
Canal+ streaming app offers films, series, Premier League matches and live broadcasts of Canal+ Sport and Canal+ Action.