The Czech Republic’s Digital Broadcasting has announced new dates for the transition to the DVB-T2 standard.
Digital Broadcasting has launched the first transmitters of the final DVB-T2 Multiplex 24 in Prague.
The Czech transmission company Digital Broadcasting has added further transmitters to those already serving its DVB-T2 Transition Network 13.
The Czech company Digital Broadcasting has extended DVB-T2/HEVC transmissions to a further 15 locations.
The Czech Republic’s Digital Broadcasting has added two more channels to its DVB-T2 transition multiplex PS13.
The Czech Republic’s TV Nova has agreed for all five of its channels to be distributed by the DVB-T2 transitional multiplex (PS13) operated by the company Digital Broadcasting.
A second transitional DVB-T2 multiplex has been launched in the Czech Republic.
Digital Broadcasting, which includes the Czech Republic’s fourth DTT multiplex among its interests, has undergone an important change in ownership.
Digital Broadcasting has begun to implement the first changes to the Czech Republic’s fourth DTT multiplex, which it acquired from Telefónica O2 in January this year.
Telefónica O2 is no longer believed to be the operator of the fourth DTT multiplex in the Czech Republic.