Sales of DVB-T MPEG-4 compatible reception equipment in Hungary were 50% higher in September than in the previous month.
A major row has broken out in Hungary over the country’s transition to digital broadcasting. It has seen the National Communications Authority (NHH) fine Antenna Hungária, the operator of the DTT platform MinDigTV, HUF40 million (€151,460) for failing to meet its commitments in the process.
The number of receivers used to watch Hungary’s FTA DTT service MinDig TV already exceeded 55,000 at the end of this August.
Antenna Hungária has added the French language version of Euronews to the programme line-up of its DTT service MinDigTV.
Antenna Hungária has added the public channels m1 and m2 to its trial DVB-H service, which is can be received in Budapest and environs.
The Hungarian DTT platform MinDig TV, which is operated by the national transmission company Antenna Hungária, has begun to offer euronews on a trial basis.
TechniSat Digital has started supplying Antenna Hungária with the HDT4, DVB-T MPEG-4 HD set-top box.