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.
The Romanian public broadcaster TVR will not cease broadcasting in analogue at the end of this year, as had previously been expected.
The Montenegrin telco Crnogorski Telekom and Radio Difuzni Centar have launched a new DTT platform.
The Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has expanded the coverage of the country’s regional DTT multiplex (RS8).
Hungary’s TV2 Group has reached a long-term agreement with the national transmission company Antenna Hungária.
Arqiva has confirmed it will be carrying an additional eight DTT streams for the BBC for the duration of the Rio Olympics.
The Romanian regulator ANCOM has launched a public consulation for an upcoming DTT tender.
The auction of frequencies following the transition to DVB-T2 could net as much as CZK4.6 billion (€170 million) in the Czech Republic.
StarTimes, an operator of digital TV networks in Africa, and Eutelsat Communications have concluded new multi-year agreements to accelerate roll-out of DTT across Africa.