Tag: Tivibu

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




Fair Usage Policy will be discontinued starting 1th of May

In Turkey, the broadband fair usage policy was one of the most critical barriers that was kind of slowing down the penetration of OTT services. If one’s broadband consumption per month is above a certain limit (typically 50 GBytes) then the fair usage policy is becoming active and the bandwidth is limited by 3 Mbps no




BREAKING: New tender for Turkish Football rights is on 25th of November

Link in Turkish Yesterday, the president of Turkish Football Federation(TFF) announced that the new tender for the content rights of Turkish Football League will be issued on 25 November 2016.   The RFQ specifications will be announced around the end of this month. As of today, 5 local and 1 European company has completed their application to




beIN complete takeover of Turkish Super Lig broadcaster Digiturk

Herebelow you will see the post on http://www.turkish-football.com/ on latest news about the sales of Digiturk to beIN Media Group. ——————————————————————————————————————— Qatari media group beIN have completed the takeover of Turkish Super Lig broadcaster Digiturk on Thursday, after a 3-year audit by the Savings Deposit Insurance Fund of Turkey (TMSF) The chief executive officer of Digitürk, Ümit Önal,




2015 on turkishtvmarket.info

It’s been almost 2 year since turkishtvmarket.info has been launched. A variety of 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 of 2015 in chronological order. This is a kind of rituel of me. This post




Vodafone Televizyonlu SuperNet

Quite some time ago, I’ve written a post about the Vodafone’s new Internet service Vodafone SuperNet. Lately, Vodafone Turkey announced a new 3-play service that is basically called Vodafone Televizyonlu SuperNet (Vodafone’s Supernet together with TV). As a matter of fact, the TV service is actually provided by another company called Filbox. (please revisit my earlier




First 4K Live broadcast in Turkey

It’s been announced at twitter by Hikmet Kocaman who is working in TRT (National TV Broadcaster) that the UEFA League game between Fenerbahce and Ajax will be broadcasted live in 4K resolution at TRT 4K channel. This will be the first live 4K broadcast in Turkey. TRT 4K channel is available in test phase in Turksat




A snapshot from the 2015 Q2 Investor Presentation of TT Group

Turk Telekom Group has just announced results of Q2 of 2015. The page below is just a snaphot from the 2105 Q2 Investor Presentation. Clearly, acquisition of UEFA Champions & Europa Leagues content rights is worth to mention. Please see the following 2 of my earlier posts about this topic. Turk Telekom Group acquired content




Vodafone introduces fixed broadband service Supernet

In Turkey, there are basically 3 big telecommunications company which are in market share order: Turkcell Turkey Turk Telekom Vodafone Turkcell strength is 35 million+ mobile subs and 1 million+ broadband subs. TT is the incumbent telco whose cash cow is 10 million+ PSTN subs coupled with 6 million+ broadband internet subs. Among the big 3,  Vodafone




Digiturk is the official broadcaster of Formula1 2015 season

Earlier on this blog, I wrote a blog post that was stating that Tivibu had acquired content rights of Formula 1 sports. Indeed, Tivibu had broadcasted the first 4 racing of the season. Nevertheless, just this week it has been announced that Digiturk but not Tivibu has become the official broadcaster of Formula 1 racing