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Today β€” February 24th 2020Your RSS feeds

Hungary outlines DVB-T2 transition

By Chris Dziadul

The technology used to distribute the Hungarian pay-DTT platform MinDig TV Extra will change from March 3.

According to its operator Antenna Hungária, the transition to DVB-T2 will take place in 10 steps between March and August, with the first phase affecting subscribers in the north east and east of the country.

The latter will see a full or partial shutdown from 07.00 to 19.00 on March 3, after which they will be required to use new receivers supplied by Antenna Hungária to receive the service.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, Antenna Hungária was due to perform frequency swaps at all 91 digital terrestrial sites on February 4.

It first outlined its future DTT plans last November, having earlier seen its licence to operate Hungary’s terrestrial network renewed for a further 12 years.

Vivacom partners with Magic Movies

By Chris Dziadul

The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom has concluded an agreement with Magic Movies for uplink services on the Eutelsat 8W platform.

It comprises a complete solution including the signal contribution, encoding, encryption and uplink of Nina TV English and Nina TV French channels for African pay-TV platforms.

Nina is a TV 100% telenovela channel showcasing the best telenovelas from Africa, Brazil, and the rest of world.

Commenting on the agreement, Bernard Azria, Magic Movies CEO, said, “We are excited about our partnership with Vivacom as it will improve our reliability and coverage to a wider audience in African and Latin America markets. Vivacom is technology partner offering the best quality possible with highly professional services in uplink and monitoring”.

Vladimir Rangelov, senior manager broadcasting services, Vivacom, added: “We are delighted to partner with Nina TV and bring their channels to the pay-TV operators in Africa and new markets, and that they recognise our unrivalled ability to provide a high-quality service that helps them reach new viewers, expanding their customer base”.

Vivacom partners with Magic Movies

By Chris Dziadul

The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom has concluded an agreement with Magic Movies for uplink services on the Eutelsat 8W platform.

It comprises a complete solution including the signal contribution, encoding, encryption and uplink of Nina TV English and Nina TV French channels for African pay-TV platforms.

Nina is a TV 100% telenovela channel showcasing the best telenovelas from Africa, Brazil, and the rest of world.

Commenting on the agreement, Bernard Azria, Magic Movies CEO, said, “We are excited about our partnership with Vivacom as it will improve our reliability and coverage to a wider audience in African and Latin America markets. Vivacom is technology partner offering the best quality possible with highly professional services in uplink and monitoring”.

Vladimir Rangelov, senior manager broadcasting services, Vivacom, added: “We are delighted to partner with Nina TV and bring their channels to the pay-TV operators in Africa and new markets, and that they recognise our unrivalled ability to provide a high-quality service that helps them reach new viewers, expanding their customer base”.

Vivacom partners with Magic Movies

By Chris Dziadul

The Bulgarian incumbent Vivacom has concluded an agreement with Magic Movies for uplink services on the Eutelsat 8W platform.

It comprises a complete solution including the signal contribution, encoding, encryption and uplink of Nina TV English and Nina TV French channels for African pay-TV platforms.

Nina is a TV 100% telenovela channel showcasing the best telenovelas from Africa, Brazil, and the rest of world.

Commenting on the agreement, Bernard Azria, Magic Movies CEO, said, “We are excited about our partnership with Vivacom as it will improve our reliability and coverage to a wider audience in African and Latin America markets. Vivacom is technology partner offering the best quality possible with highly professional services in uplink and monitoring”.

Vladimir Rangelov, senior manager broadcasting services, Vivacom, added: “We are delighted to partner with Nina TV and bring their channels to the pay-TV operators in Africa and new markets, and that they recognise our unrivalled ability to provide a high-quality service that helps them reach new viewers, expanding their customer base”.

At U.C. Irvine, to Honor Kobe Bryant Is to Win

By Talya Minsberg

The Lakers star was a fixture at the college, not far from his home, in the off-season. The Anteaters are trying to instill a “Mamba mentality” as a way to recognize their connection to him.

A Supreme Court for the Rich

By Kenji Yoshino

Adam Cohen’s “Supreme Inequality” shows that for 50 years the decisions of the Supreme Court have favored the wealthy.

Yesterday β€” February 23rd 2020Your RSS feeds

Israel Strikes Militants in Syria and Gaza After Clash Over Body at Border

By David M. Halbfinger

A failed attempt to plant a bomb at the border cost a Palestinian militant his life. But the seizure of his body drew harsh criticism within Israel.

β€˜The Call of the Wild’ Is Heard at the Box Office

By Gabe Cohn

A new adaptation of the Jack London tale had a good opening this weekend, though it didn’t unseat “Sonic The Hedgehog.”

3 killed in California house after rental disagreement dispute: police

By Robert Gearty

California police say a dispute over a rental agreement led a 20-year-old woman and her teenage boyfriend to kill three people.

Overlooked No More: Valaida Snow, Charismatic β€˜Queen of the Trumpet’

By Giovanni Russonello

She was not just a master musician, singer and dancer; she was also a teller of tall tales whose interviews could be as much a performance as her stage act.

COVID-19 and Travel: Answers to Travelers' Questions

By Tariro Mzezewa and Sarah Firshein

With COVID-19 disease upending plans and commerce globally, expert advice on how to think about traveling now.

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