German cable operator Unitymedia has increased its turnover in Q2 2017 by 5% to €596 million compared with the same period last year.
German cable operator Unitymedia has removed the last analogue TV channels from its network.
German cable operator Unitymedia has initiated analogue switch-off on its cable network at ANGA COM 2017 in Cologne, thereby creating more space for new digital TV and HD channels, for fast internet access – and for the launch of Ultra HD, as CEO Lutz Schüler unveiled to Broadband TV News.
German cable operator association ANGA has called for the legislator to ensure the termination of analogue TV broadcasting at the end of 2019 at the latest. “Until the end of 2019, most network operators will probably have discontinued analogue TV distribution; Unitymedia already commences switch-off this week,” ANGA President Thomas Braun said at the occasion […]
WATCH VIDEO. 88.4% of the customers of Germany’s second-largest cable operator Unitymedia were digital households in June 2016.
The number of digital cable households in Germany currently amounts to 77.1%.
The German cable operators have gained around 600,000 new internet customers last year and currently serve 6.6 million households with broadband internet access.
Germany’s second-largest cable operator Unitymedia will terminate analogue TV distribution on its cable network on June 30, 2017.
Germany’s second-largest cable operator will remove further analogue TV channels and increase its HD line-up in return.
The largest Austrian cable operator UPC Austria will commence analogue switch-off this spring.