The Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM) has issued a recommendation on the minimum technical requirements for DVB-T2 reception.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has begun an extensive examination of Italian radio and TV interference in the country.
The take-up of pay-TV services in Croatia grew impressively in 2016, with DTH the strongest performer.
Following years of effort by the Croatian regulator HAKOM, Italy has finally begun to shut down transmitters causing interference to digital TV reception in Croatia.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM is working on a new strategy for the transition to DVB-T2.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced a public auction for the remaining one-third of the digital dividend that followed the country’s transition to digital broadcasting.
DTH services are growing rapidly in popularity in Croatia and were already received in 106,189 homes as of Q4 2012.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has issued a public call for the allocation of the country’s digital dividend.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced that the alternative telco Amis Telekom plans to build a fibre-optic network in the capital, Zagreb.
ZAGREB BUSINESS BREAKFAST. Croatia is already undertaking DVB-T2 tests and will start gradually employing the technology on two multiplexes from next year.