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UK switch-over timetable confirmed

Tessa Jowell, the UK Secretary for Culture, confirmed the previously proposed switch-over timetable in her key-note speech at the Royal Read More

Mobile DVB-T on the Buses in Taiwan

On January the 19th, 2005 a new channel tailor-made for mobile reception was launched on bus services in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Kaohsiung joins Read More

MHP-based Community project

In Gävle, which is one of the three areas scheduled for analogue switch off this fall an interesting development is taking place. This is an Read More


: The first tender will grant the right to operate one DTT multiplex, MUX A, which will provide viewers access to free-to-air television services. Read More

Ireland plans free DTT

Ireland's DTT service is to be free-to-air. The decision was revealed in a wide-ranging consultation from communications watchdog, Comreg, on the use Read More

DTT plans in the Irish Republic

The DTT process in Ireland was initially regulated by the 2001 Broadcasting Act. In 2007 this Act was amended to allow multiple operators instead Read More

More DTT launches expected in May

Stuttgart, Ludwigshafen, Mannheim, Heidelberg and Kaiserslauten will be able to access DTT services around the middle of May. In the northern Read More

ProSieben to launch prepaid mobile Internet and free DTT

The commercial broadcaster ProSieben is to launch a mobile data service on the German Vodafone mobile network. The prepaid service will be called Read More

Colombia DVB-T2 launch moves ahead

Colombia will launch a DVB-T2 TV network in 2013. The network will use R&S THU9 high-power transmitters from Rohde & Schwarz. In 2010, upon Read More

DTT Plans for Belgium Announced

Belgium has decided to spend 3 million Euros on new transmitters for its terrestrial network to replace the existing infrastructure which is 15-20 Read More

Country status information on Wikipedia

Information on the status of Digital television in both the French and Flemish speaking parts of Belgium has now appeared on Wikipedia and may be Read More

Nokia joins Taiwanese companies to test TV on mobile phones

Nokia, in conjunction with media firms and telecom operators in Taiwan, is to promote a digital TV and radio service for mobile users and handheld Read More