Half of Spanish homes have digital integrated TV sets | News | Rapid TV News
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A recent report by the Statistics National Institute (INE) of Spain has found that 51.1% of Spanish homes have a DTT tuner integrated into their TV sets.

Such an amount is 7.1% percentage points higher than in 2009 and after the analogue switch off that happened in April 2010. Overall, 86.8% of the national homes have DTT reception.

The report also confirms that the TV coverage is nearly universal (99.5% of the homes) with 16.2% of homes with a TV set being able to get TV channels on satellite (3.4 less than 2009), 14.1% on cable and 5.6% on DSL TV or telephone lines.