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Confusion over South Africa’s encryption policy

Confusion over South Africa’s encryption policy

South Africa’s recently appointed Minister of Communications, Ayanda Dlodlo, is reportedly dumping her predecessor’s strategy which backed non-encryption of digital set-top boxes. The former minister, Faith Muthambi, had favoured ‘open’…

Liberty: Income dips on mobile, V6 box rolls out

According to Mike Fries, CEO of International TV and broadband company Liberty Global, the improvement in subscriber additions, led by its operations in the UK and Germany, contributed to its…

Australia: Major Freeview Plus upgrade planned

Freeview Australia will launch a significant upgrade to its hybrid digital television service Freeview Plus platform in June 2017, offering a more simplified user experience and sophisticated look and feel…

Spain: Only 10% of TVs will be ready for DVB-T2

In five years 90 per cent of the existing 37.4 million TV sets in Spain will become obsolete with Spaniards being obliged to renew them or buy an adapter due…

Kinnevik takes 18.5% Com Hem stake

Kinnevik takes 18.5% Com Hem stake

Investment company Kinnevik has agreed to acquire 33.9 million shares, corresponding to an approximate 18.5 per cent interest, in Swedish multi-play operator Com Hem Holding from NorCell S.à r.l., the…

Enensys to acquire TeamCast

Suggesting that the deal will see the enlarged group become the market leader in video delivery infrastructure for DVB-T2 and ATSC 3.0 networks, video delivery infrastructure specialist Enensys has revealed…

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…

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