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Thailand: Viewers warned of digital time limit

Thailand’s National Broadcasting Telecommunications Commission has issued a strong reminder to viewers who qualify for free digital TV vouchers that the time to use them is fast running out. Viewers…

Uganda loves digital TV

Uganda has about 4 million TV households, and less than 1 million of them subscribe to pay TV. On Monday June 15, just over a month ago, the main analogue…

Spain: Favourites emerge for 6 DTT licences

Spain: Favourites emerge for 6 DTT licences

Six groups are emerging as the most likely candidates to be awarded the six new DTT licences (3 x SD and 3 x HD) to be awarded in October 2015,…

DTT UK’s most popular service

Digital UK has published its annual update on digital terrestrial television in the UK, noting that DTT is still the most popular service and that the Freeview DTT platform is…

Spain’s DTT reset bill 3 times lower than expected

Spain’s second major DTT migration has cost around €103 million, well below the estimated figure of €280 million, according to the Ministry of Industry. The ministry ended up receiving 316,552…

Telesystem launches DVB-T2 HEVC receiver in Italy

Telesystem launches DVB-T2 HEVC receiver in Italy

Telesystem has launched the first third-generation DTT box in Italy, based on the DVB-T2 standard and equipped with the latest video compression codec HEVC. The Telesystem TS6800T2 HEVC arrives on…

Thailand confident of digital growth

Despite some problems (and Thai TV declining to take up its digital licences) Thailand’s National Broadcasting Telecoms Commission (NBTC) says it is confident that it will have some 39 new…

France: ARCEP welcomes bids for 700MHz frequencies

On July 2nd, regulator ARCEP adopted the decision that proposed to the French Minister responsible for Electronic Communications the methods and terms for allocating frequencies within the 700 MHz band.…

Spain: Full 4G deployment in 2018

The launch of faster LTE-A 4G services in Spain will take place gradually to avoid disruption of digital TV services and will not be complete until March 2018, according to…

Spain: Court closes DTT shutdown file

Spain’s Supreme Court has closed the file on the possible shutdown of eight DTT channels, a few weeks after broadcasters reached a deal with broadcast services company Infraestructuras y Gestión…