Belarus pay TV operator Cosmos TV Belarus has expanded the line-up offered on its MMDS service as part of its upgrade to DVB-T2 and MPEG-4-based digital-terrestrial broadcasting.
The operator has increased the number of channels on the platform from nine to 30, adding channels including Ocean TV, Discovery Science, Discovery World, Moya Planeta, Sovershenno Sekretno, Zoopart, Yeda, Nono TV, Nauka 2.0 and Russian Extreme TV to its Cognitive package and Nashe Novoye Kino, Kinokhit, TV XXI, Paramount Channel, Paramount Comedy, AMC, CBS Reality,, TV 3 Russia and Muzhskoy to its Premium package.
The new channels will only be available to viewers with DVB-T2 and MPEG-4 compatible receivers.
Separately, Belarus-based service provider Beltelecom has added Cartoon Network to its Zala TV service.
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