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Intel, SMG Cooperate on DTT

Intel and the Shanghai Media Group (SMG) have announced that the two companies would join forces to promote wireless DTV. The transmission network for the solution promoted by the two…

Brazilian DTT low take up

From Branislav Pekic in Rome Despite the fact that DTT broadcasts launched in Brazil only three months ago, there is widespread dissatisfaction regarding take-up. Broadcasters and manufacturers have accused the…

InOut TV launches Butaca TV

From David Del Valle in Madrid The technology company InOut TV has launched Butaca TV, a kind of a VoD service that will allow Spanish viewers to hire up to…

Korean DTV set for 2012

Korean broadcasters will stop transmitting analogue TV signals by December 31, 2012. A special committee on broadcasting and communication at the National Assembly approved a bill that confirmed the deadline.…

Zon can bid for DTT pay-TV channels

Zon Multimedia SGPS will be allowed to bid to operate pay-TV channels in Portugal’s digital terrestrial television (DTT) tender if it does so as a minority stakeholder in a consortium,…

RTVE and Telefonica in multimedia deal

From David Del Valle in Madrid The Spanish state-owned group, RTVE -that operates the terrestrial TVE 1 and La 2- and the incumbent telco Telefonica have signed a 3-year strategic…

Big uplift predicted for broadcast

Researcher Datamonitor expects the global broadcast market to experience significant revenue growth from $284.1 billion in 2007 to $326.2 billion by 2010. However, it is expected that growth will only…

National TV losing out to DTT and IPTV

From Branislav Pekic in Rome During 2007, the main European countries have further consolidated the long term trend that sees analogue terrestrial TV channels loosing audience ratings in favour of…

HD gives digital pay TV a boost

The Direct-to-Home (DTH) pay-TV market is expected to continue growing at about 7.6 per cent annually in subscribers from 2006 to 2011, and new services such as HD TV will…

Columbus and Eutelsat DTV platform

Tele Columbus, Germany’s third largest cable operator with more than 3.7 million homes, and Eutelsat’s German subsidiary, Eutelsat Deutschland have confirmed will establish a platform for bundling digital channels and…