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NBC Universal Global Networks announced the launch of its SCI FI channel on Poland's Cyfra+ platform.
The Lithuanian SNORAS Group announced that it acquired a 34% stake in Lietuvos rytas, the largest Lithuanian mass media group.
A low budget daily programme on Malta's Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) received 68% of the station's Public Service Obligation (PSO) funding through September 2008.
The Riga Motion Pictures Studio is partnering with the Latvian Academy of Culture to open a film school in Riga.
The Malta Communication Authority 2008 report shows that the country's pay-TV market reached 89% of the population, compared to 84% in 2007.
Despite a drop in the number of participants, 1,542 compared with 1,729 in 2008, DISCOP East managing director Patrick Jucaud put a positive spin on the business results.
Hannu Pro Bulgaria has been selected from a field of six bidders for the tender to build digital TV networks in Bulgaria.
Playwright and former Czech President Vaclav Havel plans to direct his first film, based on his recent play Leaving.
Michal Viewegh, a best-selling Czech novelist and screenwriter is working on two film screenplays based on his books.
Matka Joanna Od Kotów (Mother Joanne of the Cats) the debut feature from Paweł Sala, noted playwright and two-time Hartley-Merril Polish competition finalist, began filming June 18 in Poland.
General Romanian TV channel revenues dropped 40%, while thematic TV channels revenues dropped by 30% between January and May 2009.
Austrian media company Stevia Communications will buy a 50% stake in TV Evropa, a Bulgarian news channel.
Central European Media Enterprises (www.cetv-net.com) announced that Wallace Macmillan will step down as the company Chief Financial Officer effective July 1.
The highly anticipate third part of the comedy series from director Jacek Bromski had one of the strongest opening weekends for local titles in Poland this year.
Director Radu Mihaileanu (Train de vie, Live and Become) is completing post-production on his dramatic comedy The Concert.
Poll, a €7.8 million Austrian-German-Estonian co-production, started shooting on the coast of Estonia the week of June 15.
The Polish Ministry of Finance announced that the national budget does not have enough money to finance reforms planned by the new media bill.
Six film productions and five projects in development have been chosen to receive 2.1 million Euros in support from Bulgarian state funds.
After a premiere gala in Warsaw on June 15, the highly anticipated new comedy from hit-maker Jacek Bromski U Pana Boga Za Miedzą enters the cinemas across Poland.
Romanian ad market will increase with 1.1% between 2009-2013, according to an estimate from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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