Interdnestrcom, the main telco of the breakaway republic of Transnistria in south-eastern Europe, is to migrate its TV service to digital from the beginning of February.
Interdnestrcom will continue to broadcast five free-to-air channels in analogue, while other channels will be broadcast in digital only. The company is increasing the number of channels on its platform to 120 and launching a new movie service, IDC Cinema.
According to deputy commercial director Olga Nikolenko, Interdnestrcom has distributed 80,000 set-tops so far across Transnistria. The country, which seceded from Moldova in 1990 but is largely unrecognised by the international community, has about 500,000 inhabitants.
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