Ukraine’s National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council has approved the tender conditions for the award of a cultural and education channel on the country’s fifth multiplex (MX-5), which uses the DVB-T2 standard.
Slovakia aims to start offering Ultra HD content to terrestrial TV viewers in the near future.
Ukraine will shortly hold a tender for a cultural and educational channel to be located on its fifth multiplex (MX-5), which distributes must-carry services.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast has extended the reach of the DVB-T2 platform and unveiled new channels.
France’s Competition Authority (L’Autorité de la concurrence) has fined TDF €20.6 million for hindering the activities of rival transmission companies.
Com Hem has entered into an agreement to acquire Boxer TV-Access AB, the pay-TV operator in the DTT network in Sweden, for an enterprise value of SEK1,330 million (€144 million).
Dutch incumbent KPN said it will bid for the DTT frequencies in the Netherlands, as the licence for its current DTT service Digitenne runs out on January 31, 2017.
The National Radiocommunications Company (SNR, or Radiocom) has extended the reach of DVB-T2 to around 62% of the population and 58% of the territory of Romania.
The next-generation DTT platform in DVB-T2/HEVC standard will launch its full service in Germany on March 29, 2017 in several urban areas with around 40 public and commercial channels mainly in HD quality.
Slovakia’s fourth DTT multiplex will start the switch to DVB-T2 on June 28.