Poland’s three leading broadcasters Telewizja Polska (TVP), TVN and Telewizja Polsat have signed a letter of intent “to build a real alternative in the area of digital terrestrial television broadcasting”.
Take-up of DVB-T2 is growing in the Czech Republic, with 7% of households having already adopted the standard.
Three of the UK’s public broadcasters have signed a new five-year agreement, designed to accelerate the transition of Freeview from DTT to fully hybrid platform.
Denmark’s Radio and Television Board has awarded a new licence to the current platform operator Boxer.
Two new digital terrestrial licences will be awarded in Portugal this year, the minister of culture has confirmed.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP has made its thematic channel TVP Sport HD available to terrestrial viewers.
With 2.05 million households, DTH satellite reception remains the most widely used TV reception method in Austria.
Sky Italia has launched its new 15-channel terrestrial service. It follows the agreement signed in March with one-time rival Mediaset.
The Slovak transmission company Towercom will all add a new package to its pay-DTT service Plustelka on June 4.
Dish Networks subsidiary AirTV has launched a new set-top box in the US that enables viewers to stream local broadcast television to internet-connected TVs and mobile devices, in and out of the home.