DTT viewing in Spain has slumped to its lowest-ever level due to the popularity of subscription pay-TV services.
Spain’s two leading broadcasters Atresmedia and Mediaset could each be fined up to €100 million for abusing their dominant market positions to the detriment of third parties.
One in three households connected to the internet in Spain pay to watch audiovisual content online.
The Spanish regulator CNMC has launched a sanction procedure against Telefónica for allegedly discriminating against its competitors in the provision of wholesale copper and fibre services.
One in five Spaniards believes that the public broadcaster RTVE’s channels lack variety and quality.
The number of quintuple packages in Spain amounted to 11.98 million as of the end of the first quarter, according to data published by the regulator CNMC.
Spain’s National Commission of Competition Markets has launched a public consultation on the future of the country’s DTT transmission service.
The Spanish regulator CNMC has launched disciplinary proceedings against five of the country’s leading operators.
The Spanish regulator CNMC has fined Mediaset a total of €1.3 million for broadcasting content deemed to be inappropriate for minors.
The take-up of FTTH is growing rapidly in Spain, with the country gaining a further 1.8 million lines in the year to April 2018.