The Czech Republic is about to take a significant step on the road to digitalisation.
According to HN, the public broadcaster Ceske Televize will switch off analogue transmissions of its second channel CT2 in Prague, Chleb, Plzen and Usti nad Labem tomorrow (October 31).
It will also start to transmit all four of its channels digitally in Prague from today (October 30) and Chleb, Usti nad Labem, Brno and Ostrava from tomorrow, thereby reaching up to 60% of the Czech population.
From tomorrow, the transmission company CRa will be operating two multiplexes, one of CT and another for commercial TV services, including TV Nova, Prima TV and TV Barrandov.
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