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Spain: DTT and IPTV boom causes satellite freefall

Contrary to the rest of Europe, Spaniards mainly watch TV via DTT. This – combined with an increasing demand for IPTV – is putting satellite and cable TV in freefall.…

Germany: Half DTT users switch to DVB-T2

Over half (51.2 per cent) of DTT users in Germany have already switched to the new DVB-T2 standard since its launch on March 29th, according to a survey by TNS…

Sony launches Italian FTA service Pop

Sony Pictures Television Networks’ first Italian free-to-air TV channel will launch on Thursday May 4th as Pop, the highly successful kids channel brand. Following SPTN’s acquisition of Neko TV (LCN…

TF1 ready to pull FTA channels from SFR and Canal OTT

French commercial media group TF1 is threatening to withdraw its FTA channels from the OTT platforms of some French IPTV operators, with an ultimatum given to SFR and Canal+ set…

Eastern Europe to lose 1m pay-TV subs

Tough times continue in Eastern Europe, with poor job prospects forcing many to seek work abroad. This migration, married with low birth rates, mean that populations will fall in 15…

Mediaset mulls Italian HD HDR transition

Marco Pellegrinato, Director R&D & Innovation at Italy’s RTI – Mediaset Group, has suggested that the country could adopt an interim HD HDR phase between 2018 and 2022 over digital…

Freeview guide expands to meet new channel demand

Digital UK – the body that supports digital terrestrial TV in the UK – has confirmed that following an industry-wide consultation, the TV guide for DTT platform Freeview is set…

SES moves ahead with Isle of Man teleport

SES moves ahead with Isle of Man teleport

Satellite operator SES is moving ahead with its plans to build a teleport on the Isle of Man by contracting local firms Sure and Stewart Clague Services (SCS) to provide…

Digital Economy Bill might mean UK retransmission fees

A report from equity analysts at Berenberg Bank suggests that the upcoming UK Digital Economy Bill could see a change of heart as far as the British government is concerned…

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

Australia: Average 6.4 screens per home

The Q4 (October-December) 2016 Australian Multi-Screen Report – from Regional TAM, OzTAM and Nielsen – continues to document how growing content, platform and screen choices have caused a gradual shift in the way consumers apportion their viewing across…

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