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    NOW TV box enters retail
    October 16, 2013 10.26 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    NOW TV Box 01Sky’s NOW TV set-top, bundled with content passes for either Sky Sports or Sky Movies, is now available in UK retail stores.
    The Roku-based streaming unit can be purchased in branches of John Lewis, Currys PC World and Argos. It has been available on mail order since July.
    It is the first time that the NOW TV Box is bundled with content passes, with customers able to choose from either a Sky Sports Day Pass or 3 months Sky Movies Pass.
    A NOW TV Box plus Sky Sports Day Pass will be £14.99, providing unlimited access to all six Sky Sports channels for 24 hours. A NOW TV Box and a 3 month Sky Movies Pass is £24.99.
    The device features apps covering the BBC iPlayer, BBC News, Demand 5, Spotify, Facebook and flickr.

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    CME secures new Czech licence

    The Czech regulator RRTV has awarded CET 21 a 12-year licence to operate Nova International, a new 24-hour general channel, for both the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

    Significantly, the licence in addition allows the channel to be distributed buy Voyo, the SVOD service operated by CME-backed TV Nova. CET 21 is also the licence holder for TV Nova and its other services in the Czech Republic.

    Other licences awarded by RRTV include a 12-year satellite one to Festival, a new movie channel operated by Film Europe, for both the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and DTT licences to V1 and Modern Production Company (both regional, for channels named VCTV and rtm plus respectively) and TVSat multimedia (local, TVML).

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    Ziggo stops support for Samsung cable tuners

    Dutch cable operator Ziggo is dropping support for an early generation of its cable tuners, the Samsung DCB-H360r.

    The model was first introduced in 2006 and Ziggo customers could buy the tuner in retail. At the time, Ziggo was encouraging its customers to buy their receiver rather than rent it, as has been UPC Nederland’s policy.

    Ziggo said it could not personally inform owners of the Samsung DCB-H360r, as there is no record of people who bought this model. The cabler has put up a special webpage in order to inform the owners of the dropping of support.

    Affected customers are encouraged to now rent the new Horizon Mediabox. Ziggo does not offer any compensation for the defunct cable tuners.

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