TV Vlaanderen today launches its new TV subscription via antenna in Flanders and Brussels, as first announced a month ago.
Orange Belgium and Eleven Sports have signed a deal on the distribution of Eleven Sports 3, the third channel of Eleven Sports, which is included in HD in Orange´s standard digital TV package in Wallonia and certain parts of Brussels.
M7 Group’s Belgian subsidiary TV Vlaanderen will be launching a pay DTT service in Flanders and Brussels before the end of the year.
Belgian operator Telenet opened its own innovation centre in Brussels in the presence of Alexander De Croo, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation, Digital Agenda, Telecom and Post.
Cable Europe has today voiced concerns over the future of investment in telecommunications network infrastructure, as it responds to the Belgian consultation on levels of competition in the broadband and broadcasting markets.
Telenet objects to the draft decisions concerning the broadcasting and broadband market, formulated by the Belgian telecom and media regulators.
The French broadcaster Groupe AB is set to replace its AB4 channel in French-speaking Belgium by ABXplore on September 13.
Telenet’s total basic and enhanced video services subscriptions reached 2,062,000 at June 30, 2017.
The Belgian media authority CSA has asked its French counterpart to review its draft convention authorising TF1 to carry local advertising windows in Belgium.
Belgium’s telecom regulator BIPT and the regional media regulators have called for more regulation of dominant market players such as Telenet and Proximus.