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March 31, 2005

France Goes Digital

Digital television is booming in Europe. Satellite and cable are losing share to terrestrial in the UK, with 60% of homes receiving digital television (Full report). U.S. digital TV penetration is expected to hit 60% by the end of 2007 (Full report). Now the French are up to speed.

France has finally launched digital terrestrial television, in what is seen by some as the biggest shake-up in French broadcasting since the launch of Canal+ nearly two decades ago. The French call it TNT - Télévision Numérique Terrestre - but it is being branded as La Télévision Numérique pour Tous, or digital television for all.


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