The commercial TV channels on the DVB-T2 platform launching in Germany on May 31, 2016 will be offered under the name Freenet TV.
The Communications Regulatory Agency (RAK) in Bosnia & Herzegovina has submitted a draft decision on how to use the country’s first DTT multiplex (Mux A) for public consultation.
German public broadcaster ARD will participate in the first stage of the deployment of DVB-T2 with its main channel Das Erste HD in Full HD mode (1080p50).
The Czech Republic will complete its transition to the DVB-T2 standard within the next six years.
The Ukrainian government has put back the to digital broadcasting by a full year to June 30, 2017.
The operators of two channels on the upcoming eighth multiplex (MUX-8) have received permission from the National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) for their names to be changed.
The European Commission has given its backing to support from the French authorities to households affected the reallocation of the 700MHz frequency band.
Eurosport 1 has launched on DTT in Germany on April 1, 2016 in Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart.
The French public broadcaster France Télévisions will upgrade all of France 3’s regional channels to HD from this coming Tuesday, April 5.
The Lithuanian incumbent Teo has renounced the services of the second network of the Lithuanian Radio and Television Center (LRTC-2) and surrendered the licence for rebroadcasting TV channels using that network.