Digital Broadcasting has launched the first transmitters of the final DVB-T2 Multiplex 24 in Prague.
One in four (25%) of Czech DTT households will decide only when necessary if to continue watching terrestrial services once the switch to the DVB-T2 standard is completed.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced that the use of the DVB-T MPEG-2 system will cease as soon as May 25, 2020 in some regions of the country.
RBB, the affiliate of German public broadcaster ARD serving federal states Berlin and Brandenburg, has extended the HbbTV offer available to viewers via the red button on the remote control.
The Croatian national transmission company OiV has announced the start of the transition to the DVB-T2 standard in the country.
The Czech national transmission company CRa has launched a TV channel as part of an information campaign on the transition to DVB-T2.
Poland plans to switch to the DVB-T2 standard by June 30, 2022.
Swiss public TV channels SRF 1 HD and SRF 2 HD can no longer be received on Austrian DVB-T2 platform simpliTV.
The Italian Ministry of Economic Development has published the roadmap for the transition of the digital terrestrial network to DVB-T2/MPEG-4 standard.
The Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) has published the guidelines for the subsidies for the purchase of TV/decoders compatible with the DVB-T2, MPEG-4 and HEVC/H.265 standards.