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Study: Scope for UHF ‘defragmentation dividend’

Study: Scope for UHF ‘defragmentation dividend’

Digital UK, the body responsible for supporting DTT in the UK, has published a study, The defragmentation dividend – A more efficient use of the UHF band, which outlines options…

Phoenix ‘model market’ for next-gen broadcast

Phoenix ‘model market’ for next-gen broadcast

Forming the first collaborative single-market effort to plan for and implement a transition to next-generation over-the-air television broadcasting, broadcast groups E.W. Scripps Company, Fox Television Stations, Meredith Local Media Group,…

Bidding for Persidera DTT multiplexes starts Nov 20

Bidding for Persidera DTT multiplexes starts Nov 20

The bidding for Italian DTT multiplex operator Persidera will start on November 20th, when the first non-binding bids should be submitted, according to local reports. In recent days, parties that…

RaiWay eyes Persidera digital multiplexes

The transmission and broadcasting unit of Italian public broadcater RAI has confirmed its interest in the assets of DTT multiplex operator Persidera. During a conference call with analysts, RaiWay managing…

Singapore extends DSO deadline

Singapore households will now have one more year to switch to Digital TV (DTV). The cessation of analogue TV broadcast has been shifted from end-2017 to December 31st 2018 to…

D-BOOK 10 defines UK TV requirements

The DTG, the UK’s collaboration centre for innovation in digital media technology, has published its D-Book 10, the industry-determined, next-generation, universally-deployed specification which supports future interactive services and enables the…

Australia: More screens & choice diversifying viewing

Australia: More screens & choice diversifying viewing

The Q2 (April-June) 2017 Australian Video Viewing Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – reveals that people are continuing to take advantage of the nearly infinite choice in…

Portugal: Altice guarantees distribution of TVI

France’s Altice has rejected accusations that the acquisition of Media Capital, Portugal’s biggest media company will reduce competition and threaten the independence of the country’s media. Media Capital’s assets include…

IHS: Video processing market more competitive

IHS Markit says the increasing popularity of time- and place-shifted content viewing is disrupting the media management industry. Global media management revenue is forecast to grow at a 5.9 per…

3 options for Portuguese DTT expansion

3 options for Portuguese DTT expansion

Portugal’s Entidade Reguladora para a Comunicação Social (ERC) [Regulatory Entity for the Media] has submitted a study to the National Assembly, commissioned from Deloitte, outlaying the different options for the…

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