Liberty Global squares up to RTE in battle over digital TV

The digital era of television is just around the corner and the government is gearing up for the switch off of Europe’s analogue network by 2012.

17th March, 2007

The digital era of television is just around the corner and the government is gearing up for the switch off of Europe’s analogue network by 2012.

However, legislation being fast-tracked at the moment has sparked concerns for Liberty Global, the new owner of NTL and Chorus. NTL and Chorus will soon be branded as UPCI reland and Liberty has big plans for the company, the key one being the ability to offer digital TV,...

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