The Czech national transmission company CRa has launched a TV channel as part of an information campaign on the transition to DVB-T2.
Almost half (43%) of households in the Czech Republic now have DVB-T2 reception equipment.
Vit Vazan has been appointed the new CEO of the Czech national transmission company CRA.
A quarter of Czech households are now able to receive DVB-T2 services, according to the national transmission company CRA, quoting current surveys.
The Czech national transmission company CRa now reaches 97.6% of households in the country with its transitional DVB-T2 network.
Over 90% of households in the Czech Republic are now within reach of DVB-T2 services.
The Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has launched DVB-T2 transmissions in Eastern Bohemia and the Moravian-Silesian region.
Two more regions in the Czech Republic will shortly be able to receive DVB-T2 signals.
Terrestrial TV viewers in the Czech Republic who do not own sets compatible with DVB-T2 will have to buy a set-top box costing around CZK500 (€19.2) to receive signals in the standard.
The Czech national transmission company CRa has launched DVB-T2 broadcasts from Jested in North Bohemia.