Portugal’s communications regulator Anacom has launched a publicity drive ahead of a change in the DTT network.
Half a year after DTT switch-off in Switzerland, the channels of public broadcaster SRG can soon be received terrestrially via DVB-T in parts of Switzerland and Austria again.
The pay-DTT service MinDig TV Extra operated by Antenna Hungária (AH) will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year with nearly 100,000 subscribers.
The Ukrainian DTT operator Zeonbud will launch a pay-TV package in 2020.
One in four (25%) of Czech DTT households will decide only when necessary if to continue watching terrestrial services once the switch to the DVB-T2 standard is completed.
Broadcasting of HD programmes using DVB-T2 HEVC has started throughout the whole of Croatia.
The Finnish operator DNA has said it will continue to invest in cable and broadband services.
The participants of German research project 5G Today, in which linear TV was transmitted in 5G broadcast mode for the first time, have drawn a positive conclusion.
The Ukrainian DTT operator Zeonbud has encoded its signal on Astra 4A through which it delivers TV services to more than 140 terrestrial broadcasting stations.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced that the use of the DVB-T MPEG-2 system will cease as soon as May 25, 2020 in some regions of the country.