Bosnia & Herzegovina’s Ministry of Communications and Transportation is preparing to publish an open international tender for the second phase of the country’s digitisation by the end of this year.
The number of households in Germany receiving digital TV services has risen to 35 million, or 92.3% of the total.
Analogue switch-off in Russia is likely to be delayed by up to three years.
ZPR Media will replace the music channel Eska TV on Poland’s first DTT multiplex with a new service named 8TV on September 28.
German technical services provider Media Broadcast will set up and operate the DVB-T2 transmitter network for ARD and ZDF on which the public broadcasters will distribute up to 20 TV channels in Full HD quality (1080p50).
The Slovak national transmission company Towercom has begun trialing the SPI International channel FunBox 4K on its DVB-T network.
German public broadcaster ARD will replace its digital channel EinsPlus with One – Eins für Euch (formerly Einsfestival) on DTT on October 1, 2016, an ARD spokesman told Broadband TV News.
Dimetis, a German software company in broadcast and telecommunication, will build up the new DVB-T2 playout for Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg (RBB) and Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (MDR), after winning the respective European tender.
Slovakia’s leading broadcaster TV Markiza will no longer distribute its channels terrestrially from the beginning of 2017.
The Dutch Radiocommunications Agency (Agentschap Telecom) has confirmed that the DTT operator Digitenne, which is owned by KPN, has obtained a new licence valid until February 1, 2030.