Swiss public broadcaster SRG will terminate the digital terrestrial distribution of its TV channels (DTT) via DVB-T nationwide on June 3, 2019.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council, in cooperation with other government bodies, is looking into the possibility of local TV channels employing the DVB-T2 standard.
The Czech transmission company Digital Broadcasting has added further transmitters to those already serving its DVB-T2 Transition Network 13.
TeamCast is supporting DVB-T2 trails being undertaken by Broadcast Australia and Free TV.
KPN has begun the transition of its DTT platform Digitenne to the DVB-T2 standard.
The Czech company Digital Broadcasting has extended DVB-T2/HEVC transmissions to a further 15 locations.
The Czech public broadcaster Ceska Televize (CT) will end the distribution of its HD channels on the multiplex 1a by the end of September.
German technology company Rohde & Schwarz provided the infrastructure for the recent DVB-T2 trial in Australia.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast will make its DVB-T2 platform Freenet TV available in seven additional metropolitan areas by autumn 2018.
Home-shopping channel 1-2-3.tv can now be received via DVB-T2 throughout Germany.