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Portugal Telecom to manage FTA DTT

From Branislav Pekic in Rome The commission responsible for evaluating the bids on Portugal's Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) tender has given the green light to the project that Portugal Telecom…

UK retailers tick off

Independent retailers that have signed up to Digital UK's 'digital tick' scheme are providing a better service to prospective customers than those who have not, according to the switchover body.…

Italy switch-off timetable by September

From Branislav Pekic in Rome Italy's Ministry for Economic Development, will present the timetable for the definite switchover to digital terrestrial by 9th September 2008. According to the Association for…

Digital TV disappoints UK consumers

Nearly three million new homes took up digital TV in 2007. Today, nearly 9 out of 10 homes in the UK have 'gone digital and spend £4.2 billion (E5.25bn) on…

Spain’s new government confirms DTT roadmap

From David Del Valle in Madrid The new Minister of Industry, Miguel Sebastian, has confirmed the analogue switch-off deadline, scheduled for April 3 2010, ruling out a delay in the…

Spain’s new government confirms DTT roadmap

From David Del Valle in Madrid The new Minister of Industry, Miguel Sebastian, has confirmed the analogue switch-off deadline, scheduled for April 3 2010, ruling out a delay in the…

Spain’s new government confirms DTT roadmap

From David Del Valle in Madrid The new Minister of Industry, Miguel Sebastian, has confirmed the analogue switch-off deadline, scheduled for April 3 2010, ruling out a delay in the…

TV Numeric planning VOD via DTT

From Sotires Eleftheriou in Paris Presenting its new launch campaign to the press, the French pay DTT operator DTT Numeric outlined its strategy and future plans. The service was “soft…

TV Numeric planning VOD via DTT

From Sotires Eleftheriou in Paris Presenting its new launch campaign to the press, the French pay DTT operator DTT Numeric outlined its strategy and future plans. The service was “soft…

Portugal to launch tender for 5th TV channel

From Branislav Pekic in Rome The tender for Portugal's fifth national free-to-air TV channel will be launched in October or 180 days after the submitting of the bids on the…