Local TV channels from German federal state Saxony will become available to DTH satellite households via Astra (19.2° East) from early 2022.
Georges Agnes has left German DTH satellite platform HD+ on September 30, 2021 after 14 years. The move was at his own request and by best mutual agreement, according to the subsidiary of Astra satellite operator SES.
The new German teleshopping broadcaster ShopLC is expanding its distribution: The channel will become available on Deutsche Telekom’s TV platform MagentaTV on September 22, 2021.
German DTH satellite platform HD+ will launch a streaming service for smartphones and tablets on September 29, 2021.
German media company ProSiebenSat.1 is bundling the Ultra HD (UHD) content of its TV channels on the new UHD channel ProSiebenSat.1 UHD.
German media company Axel Springer will distribute the TV channel of its tabloid newspaper BILD on Astra (19.2° East) to DTH satellite households.
TV set manufacturer TP Vision is equipping the new models of its Philips brand with built-in reception of German DTH satellite platform HD+.
Dutch international channel BVN has terminated most of its worldwide satellite distribution due to cost cutting measures after Flemish broadcaster VRT stopped supporting the channel.
US teleshopping broadcaster ShopLC will launch a spin-off service for viewers in Germany and Austria on July 1, 2021.
Timo Schneckenburger (CCO) will leave German DTH satellite platform HD+ on July 31, 2021 at his own request and by best mutual agreement, the subsidiary of Astra satellite operator SES announced.