The commercial TV channels Nova, Nova Cinema, Prima, Prima Cool and Barrandov TV will stop broadcasting in the DVB-T standard on Multiplex 2 in South Bohemia on February 13.
Nearly half of homes in the Czech Republic now receive pay-TV and interest in thematic channels is growing.
The Czech Republic’s O2 TV gained over 100,000 subscribers in 2019.
Czech public TV broadcasts in DVB-T will be switched off in large parts of north and central Bohemia, as well as the northern part of Prague, one minute before midnight om January 30.
TV ad spend grew by 8% in the Czech Republic in 2019.
FTV Prima has become the first TV broadcaster in the Czech Republic to provide an up-to-date offer of real estate on its HbbTV platform.
The Czech broadcaster Prima plans to launch a second channel in Slovakia this year.
The Czech DTH and internet TV broadcaster Digi has made its sports offer more accessible to viewers.
Digital Broadcasting has launched the first transmitters of the final DVB-T2 Multiplex 24 in Prague.
Ceska televize (CT) maintained its position as the leading broadcaster in the Czech Republic in 2019, with an average all-day audience share of 29.99%.