The European Court of Justice has ruled that Italy’s move from analogue to digital terrestrial television was violating EU laws, failing to allocate one mux for each analogue channel.
Vivendi has decided to pursue a parallel project in pay TV in Italy with its two subsidiaries Telecom Italia and Groupe Canal.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has begun an extensive examination of Italian radio and TV interference in the country.
Italy’s Mediaset is prepared to consider a strategy for its pay-TV unit Premium that relies less on securing expensive sports rights.
Sony Pictures Television Networks will launch Cine Sony in Italy on September 7, a new free-to-air channel dedicated to the world of cinema.
Discovery Communications and Italy’s TIM have today announced a first of its kind partnership that will bring the Olympic Games to more people across more screens.
Kaltura OTT TV technology is supporting the launch of Vodafone TV in Italy.
Italy’s De Agostini Editore plans to launch a new TV channel named Alpha this autumn.
The Italian free-to-view DTH platform Tivusat is adding two HD channels from Israeli broadcaster i24News.
The Italian DTH platform tivùsat has now passed the 3 million active smartcard mark.