Two more regions in the Czech Republic will shortly be able to receive DVB-T2 signals.
According to the national transmission company CRa, this will follow the start of broadcasting from the Pardubice transmitter covering Krasna and Vrany vrych in Domazlice on July 31.
It adds that over three-quarters (76%) of the Czech population will be able to receive DVB-T2 signals as of the end of this month.
DTT services are free to receive in the Czech Republic and are watched in around 60% of Czech households – a far high percentage than in most of markets in CEE.
The transition to the DVB-T2 standard is due to be completed in 2020, when all DVB-T signals will be switched off.