The Bavarian media regulator has announced a number of broadcasters that will end DVB-T distribution later this year.
STORY UPDATED AT 3.45 CET. During the next few weeks, Norkring Belgium is starting to switch over its DTT network from DVB-T to DVB-T2.
German transmitter company Media Broadcast and ProSiebenSat.1 Group have extended their agreement to extend DTT broadcasts until 2018.
Poland’s Cyfrowy Polsat has launched a new DTT receiver with prepaid access to eight channels.
French supermarket chain E.Leclerc is launching a pay-TV service for DTT called Reglo TV.
RTL Deutschland has decided to terminate its current DVB-T distribution in the country. This will affect terrestrial distribution of RTL, Vox, Super RTL and RTL II and, for Berlin only, n-tv.
WATCH VIDEO. The Polish music channel Eska TV has launched a hybrid TV service using the HbbTV standard.
Media Broadcast, the DVB-T network operator, has called for the implementation of WRC-12 to be interrupted as it jeopardises the future of the transmission mode.
The success story of digital terrestrial television is continuing, according to Germany’s transmitter company Media Broadcast.
The first tests have been carried out in Germany using DVB-T ‘handover’ technology facilitating mobile TV reception in cars and on the move. The results of this ‘European premiere’ were presented at a Deutsche TV Platform meeting earlier this week.