DTH grows in Czech Republic
By Chris Dziadul
Published: August 23, 2010 10.29 Europe/London
The take-up of digital satellite TV services is growing steadily in the Czech Republic thanks largely to the success of Skylink and CS Link.
Data produced by ATO-Mediaresearch and published by Digizone shows that just under a third (28.9%) of households received satellite TV as of the end of June.
On the other hand, 41.1% received DTT signals and 25.1% analogue TV, though the percentage of analogue-only homes was down to just 15%. Cable/IPTV services were meanwhile received in 24.5% of homes.
Set-top boxes were the most popular way of receiving DTT signals (26.6% of all households, including those not watching DTT), followed by digital TVs (14.4%) and DVD players with digital tuners (1.1%).