Hollywood studios continue to exploit digital TV opportunities in Europe.
Italy's expected digital TV frequencies auction is being put on "pause" as political turbulence and protracted recession are blocking the opening up of Italy's TV landscape to new players.
Low-cost digital terrestrial TV has become an ace card for Spain's second-biggest broadcasting conglom, Antena 3-La Sexta, driving share, priming U.S. hits and bulwarking its bottom line.
PARIS -- Vivendi-owned paybox Canal Plus has unveiled the programming slate and acquisitions of its new free-to-air DTT channels D8 and D17.
ROME -- In a blow to Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset and some other TV players, Italy is forging ahead with plans to sell its digital terrestrial TV frequencies, scrapping its previous so-called "beauty…
Italy, in a move that reps a blow for Mediaset, the TV empire of former premier Silvio Berlusconi, has frozen plans to license new digital TV frequencies for free.
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia satcaster has pulled out of Italy's tender for digital terrestrial frequencies, citing an overly long, convoluted process that favors incumbents -- including former prime…
MTV will launch its own channel service in Spain's free-to-air TV market from September.
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