ClipMyHorse.TV, a new pay-TV channel for fans of equestrian sports, will launch in Germany on April 2, 2021.
Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES is bundling its activities in the German-language market and placing its B2B and B2C business with the operational brands Astra Deutschland and HD+ under the leadership of long-time SES manager Norbert Hölzle.
German DTH satellite platform HD+ will increase the prices for access to its TV package on Astra (19,2° East).
German pay-TV package trendSports is now also available via DTH platform HD+ on Astra (19.2° East).
Ultra HD (UHD) is gaining popularity among German TV viewers. Seven out of ten households planning to buy a new TV set would opt for a UHD model.
German broadcaster Sport1 will continue to distribute its service in SD and HD resolution via the Astra satellite system (19.2° East).
German pay-TV operator Sky Deutschland will drop the ‘HD’ suffix from the names of its channels.
Turkish manufacturer Vestel is integrating direct reception of German DTH satellite platform HD+ into Ultra HD TV sets of its brands Toshiba, Telefunken, JVC, Hitachi, Techwood, ok., Kendo, Hanseatic and Dual via the HbbTV OpApp.
The HbbTV Association will offer a series of webinars covering current issues, solutions and developments in the TV and OTT market.
The customers of German DTH satellite platform HD+ on Astra (19.2° East) can now also restart already running programmes on the channels of German broadcast group RTL.