The Italian free-to-view DTH platform Tivù Sat expects to have 300,000 subscribers by the end of this year. By the end of next year, it should be received in 1 million homes.
Next spring, the development of digital terrestrial broadcasting in Italy will enter a new phase, with at least 12 new channels taking to the airwaves. It will be the result of a decision by the Italian communication authority AGCOM requiring three main DTT licence holders to rent out 40% of their capacity to third parties.
The Italian Mediaset company will launch an 8-channel pay service on DTT, according to a report in the daily Corriere della Sera. The new service would compete with News Corp owned DTH service Sky Italia in the battle for Italian viewers.The service would retail at 8 euro a month and offer movies, cartoons and women’s […]