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Unitymedia to cease analogue broadcasts by June 2017

Thursday 23 February 2017 | 12:06 CET | News
German network operator Unitymedia has laid out a plan to turn off analogue TV broadcasts by 30 June and switch its entire audience to digital. The digitisation schedule, announced at a workshop in Stuttgart on 21 February, sets out five waves of conversion. The first will begin on 1 June in southern Baden-Württemberg, followed by northern Baden-Württemberg on 6 June. The Hesse region will be switched to digital on 31 June. The North-Rhine Westphalia region will be last, with the southern part converted on 20 June and the northern part on 27 June.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Unitymedia
Countries: Germany
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