Sky Italia is launching a series of innovations to its Sky Go service. Launched in Italy nine months ago, Sky Go has already been activated by 1.1 million subscribers.
The Austrian public broadcaster’s ORF 3 Kultur und Information is now available in Southern Tyrol via the DVB-T network of RAS (Rundfunkanstalt Südtirol).
Free-to-air platform TivùSat is now in 5.6% of Italian homes following a further increase in household numbers.
Mediaset’s pay-DTT platform failed to grow revenues in the third quarter.
It may be little surprise to hear that pay-TV companies have customers with higher incomes than average.
The London-based TV software and services company Motive Television has renewed a contact with Italy’s Mediaset for another year, based on the continued success and rapid growth of Mediaset Premium Play.
Voting for the Eutelsat TV People’s Choice Awards 2012 will open on October 8 and runs until November 22.
Major media groups including Discovery Communications and Sky Italia are understood to be in the running for Telecom Italia Media.
The Italian Council of State has thrown out the channel numbering system used by the country’s terrestrial broadcasters.
Sky Italia has begun to limit the use of its Sky Go service for subscribers that have decided to ‘jailbreak’ their Apple or Android devices.