By Julian Clover
Published: October 5, 2010 10.59 Europe/London
The Finnish government has decided on which stations will occupy new DTT capacity in multiplexes B, C and E. The new permits will run until 2016.
URHOtv has been awarded a concession for its sports channel within Multiplex B, which has nationwide distribution. The channel has previously only been available on cable and over the internet.
MTV Oy, the Finnish network that holds the Canal+ brand in the country, has been granted space within Multiplex C for Canal+ Sport 2.
The two slots in Multiplex E have been awarded to SBS Finland and Sanoma Television. SBS will screen its Voice TV music channel, while Sanoma will launch a new pay basic channel Nelonen Maailma (Channel Four World).
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