14 of the 16 Bavarian local TV channels can be received on Deutsche Telekom’s domestic IPTV platform Entertain from April 10, 2015.
German TV broadcaster Discovery Networks Deutschland will distribute women’s channel TLC instead of men’s channel DMAX via DTT in Munich in future.
Discovery Communications Deutschland can broadcast its women’s channel TLC instead of men’s channel DMAX via DTT in Munich from January 1, 2015.
Munich’s commercial local TV channel münchen.tv will transmit in HD quality for DTH satellite households in Europe on Astra (19.2° East) during this year’s Oktoberfest.
The German local TV portal based on the HbbTV standard is now also available on DVB-T in selected cite.
Four channels from the ProSiebenSat.1 group will remain on digital terrestrial in Bavaria.
Bavarian local TV channel TV Allgäu is the first local station to offer its new on-demand using the HbbTV standard.
The Bavarian media authority BLM has not received any applications for the DVB-T multiplex in Nuremberg vacated by RTL last October, reports Digital Insider.
The number of broadband TV channels in the German-speaking market numbers 1,275, according to a new study prepared for the Bavarian Regulatory Authority for Commercial Broadcasting (BLM) by Berlin strategy consultant Goldmedia.
Every day Germans view about 151 million videos, according to the Web TV Monitor 2010 published by the Bavarian media authority BLM, based on research by Goldmedia. The survey also found that there are currently around 1,275 video sites and portals.