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Major setback for Brazil DSO

Major setback for Brazil DSO

Brazil has abandoned plans to switch off its analogue TV transmissions. Girod, the operation charged with co-ordinating the adoption of digital TV, has decided to let the already ‘late’ date…

Dominican Republic delays DSO

The Dominican Republic is not one of the world’s major TV markets (population 10.4 million) but its decision to delay adopting full digital terrestrial TV until 2021 is something of…

India ‘Phase 3’ DSO in a mess

India’s Phase 3 cut-off date for an all-digital cable broadcasting environment was on December 31st. The nation’s Ministry of Information & Broadcasting says that 86.25 per cent of TV homes…

South Africa confirms new DSO date

South Africa confirms new DSO date

Cabinet, the most senior level of the government of South Africa, has approved the beginning of the dual-illumination period for the country’s digital TV broadcast signals. The period is set…

Mexico U-turn on digital adoption

Barely ten days ago the Mexican government had – seemingly – confirmed a December 31st 2015 switch-off date for their analogue TV transmissions.  But December 3rd saw parliament’s upper house…

Broadcast Networks Europe welcomes DTT regulatory certainty

Broadcast Networks Europe (BNE) – a trade body for terrestrial broadcast network operators for radio and TV in Europe – has joined other broadcast and satellite bodies in welcoming the…

Dynamic Spectrum Alliance welcomes UHF decision

Dynamic Spectrum Alliance welcomes UHF decision

The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance – a global organisation advocating for laws and regulations that will lead to more efficient and effective spectrum utilisation – has joined a range of satellite…

Mexico City DSO on Dec 17

Mexico City’s analogue TV transmissions will go dark on December 17th, according to the country’s Federal Telecoms Institute (IFT). The nation’s second-largest city, Guadalajara, will have gone dark the day…

Nigeria “100% digital by year end”

Nigeria “100% digital by year end”

Nigeria is looking to fully embrace digital TV and to use the growth in channels to springboard a “vibrant media economy”. Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari, speaking in Lagos on November…

Australia: SVoD ups data use 51% in six months

The recent boom in SVoD services, driven by the launch of Netflix, Stan and Presto in Australia has been accompanied by a sharp rise in network data traffic according to…

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