Telekom Srbija


Trace Sport Stars strikes Telekom Srbija deal

Trace Sport Stars has struck a carriage deal with Telekom Srbija, expanding the channel’s presence in the Balkans. Trace Sport Stars SD will be available to the Serbian operator’s customers via its basic package, on channel number 570. An HD version of the channel will be available via Telekom Srbija’s HD service package on channel […]

H2 launches through Telekom Srbija

A+E Networks has launched factual entertainment channel H2 on Serbia’s largest IPTV platform, Telekom Srbija mts TV. A+E Networks said the new deal will bring H2 to more than 300,000 homes in Serbia, with the channel to sit alongside sister channel History, which first launched in the Serbia in 2008. “We are pleased to partner […]

AMC Networks International expands in Europe

AMC Networks International (AMCNI) has announced the expansion of its portfolio of linear TV channels in Europe.  Slovak Telekom in Slovakia has launched Sundance Channel for the first time and has added Sport1 HD alongside the stand definition version of the channel, AMC announced at MIPTV. Skylink in the Czech Republic and Slovakia has moved […]

Telekom Srbija to market services as mts

Serbian telcos Telekom Srbija has begun marketing all its services under its new mts brand with a new visual identity.  The new brand, with a new logo and Your World catchline, will be used in all aspects of communication of the company’s services that are customer-facing. A new redesigned Telekom Srbija logo will be used […]

SES signs capacity deal with Telekom Srbija 

Satellite operator SES’s has extended its partnership with Telekom Srbija by signing a new multi-year capacity deal on the SES-owned Astra 3B satellite at 23.5 degrees east. Telekom Serbija currently uses capacity via SES’s 19.2 degrees east orbital position to provide direct-to-home transmission of the public TV channels RTS Sat and Radio Beograd in Serbia. […]

OTE sells Telekom Srbija stake

Telekom Srbija has struck a deal with Greece’s OTE for the acquisition of the latter’s 20% stake in the Serbian telco. Telekom Srbija will acquire OTE’s stake for €380 million. The deal is expected to be completed by the end of the first quarter of the year.