Category: DTT

The outlook for digital terrestrial television in Turkey

This post is a copy of my analyst friend Constantinos Papavassilopoulos from IHS Markit. The original copy of this article has been first publish on IHS website. The outlook for digital terrestrial television in Turkey Turkey broadcasts its TV signals via the four major platforms (cable, IPTV, satellite and terrestrial). The majority of these broadcasts are digital



Tivibu continues its growth trend.

Turk Telekom Group announced 2016 year end financial results. You can see them at this link. Regarding the interest of this blog, let’s have a look to the Tivibu figures. According to the regulatory body’s official figures, as of Q3 of 2016, Tivibu has a total of 589K subscribers. (428K IPTV customers and 161K DTH




The process regarding the Regional and Local Terrestrial Digital TV Tender has been suspended

Herebelow you will see the announcement from RTUK(Regulatory body for TV and Radio broadcast) website. Here is the translation. The process regarding the Regional and Local Terrestrial Digital TV Tender has been suspended. The cancellation decisions made by the associated courts regarding the suit of broadcasters has been approved. Hence the ‘National Terrestrial Digital Television




turkishtvmarket.info twitter account

I’ve just launched a twitter account for turkishtvmarket.info. (@turkishtvmarket) Digiturk’s acquisition process has been suspended.: According to a new post on http://t.co/ZJ93M3kjDi, the acqu… http://t.co/c6EIQrPn8p — turkishtvmarket.info (@turkishtvmarket) February 8, 2015 This account is getting fed automatically when a new post has been published on turkishtvmarket.info. I strongly recommend you to follow this acccount in




Turkish TV Market Training Course (In a Nutshell)

Turkish TV Market Training Course (In a Nutshell) Course Method :  The course consists of a 2 days of face to face (also potentially online) teaching designed as 4 different modules. Each module focuses on a different aspect of Turkish TV Market. Course Description: This  training course is mainly focused on Turkish TV Market.  The




2014 on turkishtvmarket.info

It’s been almost 1 year since turkishtvmarket.info has been launched. More than 100 people from all over the world subscribed to my newsletter.  It’s really great to have such an interest on this particular area. Herebelow you will find the most popular posts in 2014. Digiturk has been acquired by Qatar Seyh Nasser Al Khelaifi Turk




TTNet announced new movie channels line named as Sinetivi

TTNet’s TV service Tivibu has just launch brand-new movie channels line named as Sinetivi. The new channels are: Sinetivi, Sinetivi 2, Sinetivi Adrenalin, Sinetivi Adrenalin 2, Sinetivi Karnaval, Sinetivi Karnaval 2 Hence, Tivibu with 24 movie channels has become the TV service with most movie channels. TTNet announced that there will be a total of 2500 movies




Turkish Pay-TV Market 2014 Report is ready!

Turkey 2014 Pay-TV Market Report is ready now. This is by far the most comprehensive and in-depth report on Turkish Pay-TV market. If you would like to get an electronic copy of this unique report please drop an email to info@turkishtvmarket.info for further discussion! You can see `table of contents` and `executive summary` sections of the report




FINAL EXAM QUESTIONS (SPRING 2014)

I’m conducting ‘New Generation of Television: TV 2.0′ lecture at Kadir Has University Istanbul. Herebelow you will find final exam questions of 2014 Spring semester.    KADIR HAS UNIVERSITY CF 432: DIGITAL BROADCASTING     SPRING 2014 FINAL EXAM   NAME  / SURNAME: NUMBER: Strategic thinking: There are 5 big pay-TV operators in Turkey; Digiturk, D-Smart,




MIDTERM EXAM QUESTIONS (SPRİNG 2014)

I’m conducting ‘New Generation of Television: TV 2.0′ lecture at Kadir Has University Istanbul. Herebelow you will midterm exam questions of 2014 Spring semester. You will find 2013 Spring midterm and final questions here. (Midterm & Final) KADIR HAS UNIVERSITY  CF 432: DIGITAL BROADCASTING  SPRING 2014   MIDTERM EXAM 1. What are the fundamental changes in TV