750,000 TNTSat receivers sold in France

Wednesday 19 November 2008 | 10:10 CET | News
Satellite operator SES Astra announced that 750,000 TNTSat receivers had been distributed to French homes as of the end of October. TNTSat offers France's free DTT channels across 100 percent of the territory via the Astra satellite system. It is targeted at regions where households cannot receive signals from terrestrial transmitters. When the analogue TV signal is switched off in France in 2011, an estimated 1.5 million homes, or 5 percent of the population, will not be covered by DTT. Seven manufacturers currently offer TNTSat receivers in standard and high definition. About ten more

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Canal Plus / SES Astra
Countries: France
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