The Kazakh broadcaster Alma-TV is understood has acquired a number of operators based in Moscow region.
Quoting an unnamed source, Kommersant reports that it has secured the assets through a new company named Alma Group.
It adds that although most of the assets are small, they include 2KOM, which claims a 3% share of Moscow's broadband market.
Meanwhile, Alma-TV has said that Alma Group does not represent its interests in Russia and refused to comment on its activities.
Kommersant notes that most acquisitions in the industry have until now been of CIS assets by Russian companies rather than the other way round.