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Cellnex, the new terrestrial telecom Abertis subsidiary just about to go public, has filed a formal request demanding €143 million compensation from Spain's Government after 2014's DTT blackout which saw nine channel's closed.

The Spanish public broadcaster RTVE has confirmed an agreement with Puerto Rico's recently launched free-to-air (FTA) channel VIVE, through which it will provide the network with Spanish productions.

Just days after the Spanish Government announced the start of the process to award six new DTT licences, the main bidders have made themselves known, with Mediapro, Prisa and Grupo Secuoya all confirming they will participate.

Almost a year after closing down nine free-to-air (FTA) and DTT networks, the Spanish Government has started a process to award six new DTT slots, a move highly anticipated by the industry.

A year after passing the necessary regulations, and nearly seven years since the process started, Chile's Government and telecom regulator Anatel have started the roll-out of DTT and free-to-air (FTA) TV networks.

South Africa's digital terrestrial television (DTT) implementation process should be complete in 18 months time, Minister Muthambi said on Friday (17 April).

The Mozambican Government has admitted it will fail to meet the international deadline for migration to digital broadcasting on 17 June.

Having reached over ten million people when it aired in France, TF1's TV movie Woman Under Influence (L'Emprise) has been acquired by Atresmedia for broadcast in Spain.