The Croatian national transmission company OiV has announced the start of the transition to the DVB-T2 standard in the country.
The Hrvatski Telekom (HT) Group made a direct contribution of 3% to Croatia’s GDP and directly employed 5,000 people in 2018.
Mediavision will organise a new event later this year in the Croatian capital, Zagreb.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) ended the second quarter with 490,000 TV customers, or 18% more than in the same period last year.
Seven of Croatia’s top 10 TV broadcasters performed better last year than in 2017.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has made two important decisions related to the country’s electronic communications market.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has made internet services of up to 30Mbps available in rural and less populated parts of Croatia.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has submitted documentation to the Croatian Competition Agency (AZTN) on the preparation of the sale of Optima Telekom.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM says it has received one bid for the operation of the DVB-T2 multiplexes M1, M2 and L1.
IPTV remains the most popular TV reception method in Croatia, with the number of subscribers standing at 428,764 at the end of Q1 this year.