Cable operators join hands to launch pay TV
HCM CITY (VNS)— Viet Nam Cable TV and HCM City Cable TV Centre yesterday signed an agreement to share infrastructure for pay TV.
The former is owned by Viet Nam TV (VTV) and the latter by HCM City TV.
HTVC, established in 2003, said it has over 1 million subscribers in HCM City and another 1.2 million in other places.
VCTV has 1.2 million cable TV subscribers.
The country’s two other cable TV operators – SCTV, a joint venture between VTV and Saigontourist, and K+, a joint venture between VTV and France’s Canal Plus – respectively have 1.5 million and 40,000 subscribers.
Directly and through its JVs, VTV accounts for 3 million out of the 4.5 million subscribers in Viet Nam. — VNS