TIHANY – 2012. Germany has been slower to implement new services than countries such as Hungary despite having Europe’s largest cable market, according to Carsten Engelke.
Antenna Hungária’s board of directors will be expanded from its current four to five members at the start of October.
There is growing demand for DTT reception equipment in Lithuania as the country gears up for analogue switch off, due to take place on October 29.
UEFA has announced the award of Europa League rights for 2012-15 in both Romania and Hungary.
Magyar Telekom’s T-Home interactive TV service saw its subscriber total rise above 280,000 during the London Olympic Games, when it was made available on a national level.
Spacecom has signed a follow-on, long-term contract with Magyar Telekom worth up to $7 million (€5.56 million).
Hungary is now firmly established as one of the leading markets for pay-DTT services in Central and Eastern Europe.
András Piller has been appointed the new CEO and member of the board at Antenna Hungária, effective September 10.
Nearly one in four cable homes in Hungary receiving broadband internet now opt for high-speed internet powered by DOCSIS 3.0.
The number of homes receiving DTH services in Hungary could reach one million later this year.