Italy’s competition authorities have commenced proceedings against Dahlia TV amid concerns that information on the refund of customers’ unused portions of their subscriptions was insufficient.
The curtain has come down on Dahlia TV after talks failed to prolong the life of the Italian DTT operation. In a statement posted on the website, the company said despite multiple attempts to ensure the continuity of programs, and maintain an active structure, the non-materialisation of agreements had forced the company to cease transmissions.
Liquidators at the Italian DTT pay platform Dahlia TV have committed to continue broadcasts for another 15 days.
Italian’s terrestrial pay operation Dahlia TV remains on the air while the company awaits news from its administrators. Last week liquidators were called to the company, owned by the Swedish concern Airplus TV, itself backed by the wealthy Wallenberg family.
The board of Dahlia TV has approved plans to appoint a liquidator to the troubled Italian DTT pay platform. In a statement the company said it hoped a plan could be developed that would lead to a quick resolution. Telecom Italia Media (TI Media), which maintained a minority shareholding after it sold its former terrestrial […]