Over 90% of households in the Czech Republic are now within reach of DVB-T2 services.
According to the national transmission company CRa, this follows the activation of its network in Brno Kojal and Praded, thereby extending the coverage of such services to 94.3% of homes in the country.
It adds that there are also now over 1,200 types of devices on the market capable of receiving DVB-T2 services, listed on www.dvbt2overeno.cz.
Terrestrial TV is free to view in the Czech Republic and the main method of reception among around 60% of viewers. It includes HbbTV, which can already be accessed by over 1.3 million viewers, with the number set to grow significantly following the transition to DVB-T2.
The DVB-T2 network offers 14 channels and more are being prepared.
Slagr 2, for instance, will be added to the line-up by the end of this year.