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Skyworth clarifies Brazilian DSO role

Smart home solutions provider and set-top box manufacturer Skyworth Digital Technology has corrected a statement – subsequently withdrawn – released on July 28th, related to its supply of STBs into…

France: Over 43m on cable, DTH or IPTV

Some 43.7 million people now receive TV by satellite, cable or IPTV in France, representing 75 per cent of the country’s population. According to figures released by Mediamétrie in its…

Italy’s Persidera provides DTT capacity for Vatican

Italian DTT network operator Persidera has been awarded a contract to provide multiplex capacity for the Holy See (Vatican City State). The contract was awarded by Italy’s Ministry of Economic…

Inview appoints NAGRA for Nigeria digital TV

Inview appoints NAGRA for Nigeria digital TV

NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company and independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, has been appointed by Inview Nigeria, a subsidiary of Inview Technology, to secure the Nigerian…

South Africa to investigate pay-TV market

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has launched an inquiry into the subscription television broadcasting services market. The purpose of the inquiry is to, among others, define the relevant…

India DTT to open to ‘private’ TV?

India’s current Digital Terrestrial TV signals are the closed domain of public broadcaster Doordarshan. That could change if India’s Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) gets its way. TRAI wants to open…

Portugal greenlights four new DTT channels

Portugal will get two more public TV channels on DTT, to be followed by another two private TV channels. The news was announced by Portugal’s Minister of Culture, Luís Filipe…

Legal action could delay Portugal DTT expansion

Legal action could delay Portugal DTT expansion

Portuguese commercial broadcasters SIC and TVI have launched legal proceedings, challenging the decision of the regulator regarding the prices charged for channel distribution by DTT network operator Meo (Portugal Telecom).…

India: Success for Phase III digital conversion

There are still a few dozen legal challenges to India’s mandatory roll-out of digitisation of the nation’s cable systems, but India’s Information & Broadcasting ministry (MIB) says that 41 million…

CME: ‘Unfair to back DVB-T2’

DTT is not part of the future TV landscape and governments should not back DVB-T2 to the disadvantage of other platforms, declares Christophe Mainusch, Central European Media Enterprise’s co-CEO. Instead…