The leading Czech and Slovak DTH platform Skylink plans to implement a number of important changes to its offer over the next few weeks.
According to Parabola, these will include the termination of 11 Hungarian TV channels, with the capacity they now occupy being used for other services, by the end of the year.
Viewers wishing to receive the channels will be able to take advantage of the offer provided by Skylink’s sister platform in Hungary – both are owned by the Luxembourg-based M7 Group – which is distributed by Eutelsat 9A from the 9 degrees East slot.
Other changes will see Skylink’s Mixbox package reduced from nine to six channels, with the price also falling from CZK243 (€8.82) to CZK139 a month.
Meanwhile, in November Filmbox Plus will switch from MPEG-2 to MPEG-4.