Antenna Hungary sells digital TV unit.

By bne IntelliNews February 8, 2010
Broadcasting company Antenna Hungary sold its digital TV unit to UK Watchcable for an undisclosed sum, business weekly HVG reported. Watchcable will start operating the unit Antenna Digital as of the beginning of March. It already provides digital TV services in three counties in Hungary since May 2008. Antenna Digital has around 37,000 clients, which corresponds to 1.5%  share on the paid TV market in the country and 3.3% of the digital TV market.

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