What does that mean? Televisa will be able to deliver both HD and SD feeds in the same amount of satellite capacity. For all the techie specs, check out the details in B&C.
Even though the deadline for all Mexican stations to offer HDTV is 2021, Televisa has already started rolling out high-definition. It’s currently offering seven hours of HD programming daily to affiliates in eight cities across Mexico.
The MPEG-4 compression gear, which cost Televisa about $3 million, is scheduled to go live May 19.