Digital TV News: Medienanstalten
More than 90% of TV households digital-only in Germany
Sep 5, 2017 – The German media authorities have published the 2017 edition of their Digitisation report. According to the report, the rate of digital-only TV households in the country has now passed the 90% mark to stand at 91.7%.
News categories: die medienanstalten, Cable TV, Digital TV, Germany, IPTV, Market Research, Mobile, Satellite, Terrestrial
Media authorities release 2013 report on digitisation in Germany
Sep 10, 2013 – Germany's media authorities have released their ninth report on digitisation in the country. In mid-2013, some 19.2 per cent of German TV houses still watched analogue television only; around the same time last year, it was 22.2 per cent.
News categories: die medienanstalten, Cable TV, Digital TV, Germany, IPTV, Market Research, Satellite, Subscribers, Terrestrial
6.1 million Pay TV subscribers in Germany in 2012
Jul 4, 2013 – Germany's Association of Private Broadcasting and Telemedia (VPRT) has released a report on the pay TV market in Germany. According to the study, there were 6.1 million pay TV subscribers in Germany at the end of 2012.
News categories: VPRT, Cable TV, Germany, IPTV, Market Research, Satellite, Subscribers
Germany's media authorities push for upgrade to DVB-T2
Nov 27, 2012 – Germany's Conference of Directors of the media authorities (DLM), which represents the interests of the country's 14 regional media authorities, has called for preparations to begin for the upgrade of Germany's digital terrestrial television network to DVB-T2.
News categories: Medienanstalten, DVB-T2, Germany, Set Top Box, Smart TV, Terrestrial
Germany proposes to end its analogue satellite TV in 2012
Dec 14, 2009 – Germany's media regulatory authorities (ALM) are proposing the end of analogue TV via satellite in the country by April 30, 2012. More than 70% of satellite households in Germany already receive their programs digitally.
News categories: Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Landesmedienanstalten, Digital TV, Germany, Satellite
More than half of Germany's households now have digital TV
Sep 8, 2009 – The German regulatory authorities (ALM) have released their 2009 report on the status of digitisation in Germany. By mid-2009, more than half of German TV households (55 per cent) had at least one digital mode of reception at their disposal.
News categories: Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Landesmedienanstalten, Cable TV, Digital TV, Germany, Market Research, Satellite, Set Top Box, Smart TV, Subscribers, Terrestrial
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