Broadcasting services provider Norking has submitted an offer for public broadcaster YLE concerning the transmission of television services in Finland.
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On Thursday, June 21, the Belgian cable operator Telenet and Norkring, owner of the DTT transmitter network in the Flemish part of Belgium, will announce their plans for DTT in Belgium.
Norkring Belgium, the owners of the digital terrestrial transmitter networks for TV and radio in Flanders and Brussels, is to upgrade its network to the DVB-T2 standard. The work will start in the first quarter of 2013.
Telenor Broadcast Day – Oslo. Norkring plans to expand its activities in Central and Eastern Europe, and in particular the Balkans region.
Norkring d.o.o, the Slovenian subsidiary of Norkring International AS, has announced plans for the launch of what will be the country’s second DTT multiplex.
Norkring has selected IMPEQ to provide a complete digital head-end solution for the transmission of new terrestrial services in Flanders, Belgium.
The Flemish media regulator Vlaamse Regulator voor de Media (VMM) has issued a licence to Norkring Belgium to launch DTT broadcasts in the Dutch speaking part of Belgium.
Flemish public broadcaster VRT has selected Telenor subsidiary Norkring to operate the region’s transmitter network. Norkring will pay €9.8 million for a 49% share in the new company, limited under Belgian law, with an option to increase the holding to 75%. For the time being VRT will retain the remaining 51%.
TDF and Norkring are the two remaining parties bidding for the VRT transmitter network in Dutch speaking Belgium, according to local news reports. Both parties have been asked to put in their final bids by the middle of next month.
Subscriber erosion at Telenor’s Canal Digital eased slightly in the first quarter of 2019.