The Czech channel HD+, which is distributed exclusively by UPC, has started to broadcast unique programmes in 3D.
UPC’s digital TV service is now received in 400,000 homes in the Czech Republic, or almost one in ten of the country’s 4.3 million total.
UPC Czech plans to buy Sloane Park Property Trust (SPPT), a company that offers internet connectivity on a wholesale basis and has its own extensive fibre optic network.
UPC Czech has announced that the channels TV Prima HD and TV Noe will continue to be offered without interruption, both in Prague and all other localities in which the company operates.
UPC Czech is to add five more channels to its digital offer at the end of this month and in August.
UPC and SAT Plus have begun regular broadcasts in 3D in the Czech Republic. As of June 8, viewers of the HD+ channel, which is operated by SAT Plus and available exclusively on UPC’s cable network, have been able to watch programming in the format starting at 11.30, 18.30 and 00.30.
UPC has opened up a new front with its competitors in the Czech Republic by starting a DTT trial in the capital, Prague.
UPC has added HD+, Prima HD, Golf Channel and France 24 to its digital offer in the Czech Republic, taking the total number of stations to 102.
UPC has extended its digital offer in the Czech Republic for the fifth time this year, making the channel BTV (Brno TV) available to subscribers.
UPC has introduced a new internet package in the Czech Republic.