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Digital-terrestrial households worldwide will double between now and 2018, driven principally by growth in emerging markets including China, Brazil and India, according to a new report by Digital TV Research.According to the Digital Terrestrial TV Forecasts report, DTT signals will reach 553 million homes by 2018, up from 264 million this year, of which 380 million will use DTT as their primary source of TV, up from 185 million.Just under a third of DTT homes – or 173 million homes – will use digital-terrestrial signals on secondary TV sets by 2018, according to the report.Western Europe will lose market share over the forecast period, down from 40% at the end of 2012 to 19% by 2018, despite the total number of homes receiving DTT signals growing by 20% over the same period to 105 million.Asia Pacific will account for 43% of DTT homes by 2018, up from 28% today.The report predicts that China will emerge as the number one DTT country by 2018, with 152 million homes, up from 20.6 million in 2012. Other risers in the DTT top 10 include Brazil, which will move up from the ninth largest DTT territory in 2012 to number two in 2018 with 37 million homes, and Russia, will move from number eight to number four, with 26.2 million homes.The current leader, the US, will fall to number three, while the UK will fall from the number four slot in 2012 to number seven by 2018.DVB-T will remain the main technology standard in 2018 with 233 million homes but the DMB-T standard backed by China will make strong headway, rising from 22 million homes today to 154 million by 2018.
Deutsche Telekom-owned Croatian telco T-Hrvatski Telekom has launched Stream On. a new mobile TV offering that allows users to access 10 hours of HBO Go and Pickbox on-demand programming without eating into their mobile data allowance.Stream On will be available to subscribers of T-Hrvatski Telekom’s Magenta 1 offering at cost of HRK9 (€0.66) for the first month. As part of its launch, the telco is offering a Huawei P9 Lite device at the special price of HRK598.Magenta 1 offers residential customers high-speed internet, T-Hrvatski Telekom’s MAXtv service and free calls to fixed network in Croatia and 500 minutes of calls within the EU.Natasa Rapaic, chief operating officer, residential business, said that Stream On, by enabling users to enjoy series and movies without using up their data allowance, was an example of the company’s ongoing commitment to launch innovative services.
The “Bring Back Your Unused Medicine” campaign will encourage people to look in their cupboards, drawers and anywhere in the home they keep medicine and return any which they no longer use or have expired, to their local community pharmacies or dispose of them in the RAPID (Remove All Prescription and Illegal Drugs) bins which facilitate the disposal of unwanted drugs easily and discreetly.Joe continued, “Doing an annual stock take or clear out will let people see what medicine or repeat prescriptions they are getting but perhaps no longer use. “If a patient cannot take their medicine as prescribed, they should talk to their GP or pharmacist. “In the last year, over 27,000 patients in Northern Ireland had their medication reviewed in community pharmacies and received advice on how to use their medicine more effectively and reduce waste.”Trust urging Derry public to bring back unused medicines was last modified: September 18th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: THE WESTERN Health and Social Care Trust and the Public Health Agency are encouraging people across Northern Ireland to take part in a “Bring Back Your Unused Medicine” week which is running from now until September 23.Every year, many children and adults attend Emergency Departments after accidentally taking unused medicine left in homes and cabinets.Media reports have also documented the rise in the number of drugs such as diazepam being sold on the streets of Northern Ireland. Head of PharmacyJoe BroganPublic Health AgencyRAPID binsTrust urging Derry public to bring back unused medicinesWESTERN TRUST Some of these drugs have been legitimately prescribed for patients, and are then misused and abused.Joe Brogan, Head of Pharmacy, Northern Ireland, “We’re encouraging people to return their unused medicine to help reduce the incidences of drugs being misused or illegally shared. “We also hope that while returning these unused medicines, people will also see how much medicine is wasted. Over-ordering and over-prescribing of medicine leads to an estimated £18m of wasted medicines each year.”About 90 tonnes of medicines, with an estimated value of £6.46m, are returned to community pharmacies annually as waste, costing the Health Service a further £400,000 to dispose. ShareTweet