Italian pay-TV provider Sky Italia is expected to reveal a new line-up of channels this week to replace those of RaiSat if it fails to strike a new carriage agreement with public broadcaster Rai. The latter has teamed up with commercial broadcaster Mediaset and Telecom Italia Media to launch a new DTH platform, TivÃ¹ Sat.
According to local reports, Sky is expected to announce the launch of movie channel Sky Cinema Italia and Foxs Baby TV to fill the space left by RaiÂs thematic channels Rai Cinema, cooking channel Gambero Rosso, kids channels Yoyo and Smash Girls and entertainment channel Extra.
Rai, Mediaset and Telecom Italia MediaÂs La7 are expected to present the line-up of the new TivÃ¹ Sat platform on Wednesday.Â
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