Portuguese operator Cabovisão has deployed Nagra content protection solutions as part of its next generation TV offer.
Portuguese communications regulator Anacom has announced plans to extend its DTT subsidy programme through until April 26, 2013 – some 12 months after the country’s analogue shutdown.
Fuel TV has launched on OSN, a pay-TV network in the Middle East and North Africa. In February the channel will go full HD 24/7.
Portuguese operator Zon Multimedia and Brazilian broadcaster Globo have launched the Globo channel in Portugal.
The Portuguese commercial stations SIC and TVI have submitted a joint proposal to the government calling for the privatisation of the public broadcaster’s second channel RTP2.
ZON is introducing a new feature on its IRIS service that enables customers to ‘travel back in time’ and watch programmes that have been broadcast over the last seven days.
Portugal Telecom’s MEO service has now achieved critical mass, according to the IPTV operator, bringing with it lower programming costs.
Portugal Telecom’s IPTV operation Meo has unveiled Meo Interactivo, an application store that will host apps from Facebook, Oceanlook, Picasa and Flickr.
Portuguese TV regulator Anacom has given its approval to the country’s analogue switch-off plan. A number of minor adjustments have been made to the three-phase plan that will commence on January 12, 2012, when transmitters and relays for transmitters on the coast of the Portuguese mainland will be turned off.