Tag Archives: Siget

Cable Color strengthens its regional operations and focuses on its FTTH networks

In the last eight months, the Honduran company Cable Color has invested USD 2 million in strengthening its FTTH networks. In addition, it consolidated its regional operation, which includes Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama and El Salvador. Cable Color’s offer in El Salvador will include cable TV, digital TV, HD TV, internet, fixed telephony, IP voice [...]

Salvadoran TV channel Genteve owes more than USD 26 thousand for radioelectric spectrum use

Salvadoran Electricity and Telecommunications General Superintendency (SIGET) officially announced that the FTA TV channel Genteve debts more than USD 26 thousand for not having paid for using its radio spectrum part to the entity since October 2016. According to the agency, Genteve is a concesionare of the band range  of 560-688 MHz. According to what [...]

Salvadoran Government delivers free STBs to move towards DTT

According to statistical reports developed by the Salvadoran Consumer Protection, more than 65% of TVs in that market are available to receive the digital coverage. El Salvador began its transition to DTT at the end of 2018, and, up to now, only Channel 10 -owned by the State- has access to it. Ricardo Salazar, Consumer [...]

El Salvador started its transition to DTT

According to the announcement made by the General Superintendence of Electricity and Telecommunications (Siget), Channel 10 of El Salvador will be the first in emiting digital FTA signal. “The world is going from analogue to digital TV, in order to raise services quality levels to the largest number of the population. Technical and digital transformation [...]