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Prasert Apipunya said the watchdog was closely monitoring the situation. Crime Suppression Division of the Royal Thai Police to seize the broadcasting equipment of Thai TV. TTV had allegedly aired digital TV programmes from the Baiyoke II building in
South African public broadcaster will spend R1 billion in 2013 on buying and commissioning international and local content. Of the R1bn, R800m will be spent exclusively on local content...Luring back lost viewers through better content is a major aim.
V GMM Grammy, RS eye digital TV Watchiranont Thongtep The Nation April 25, 2012 1:00 am Await auction of non-satellite service licences The Kingdom's two music and entertainment giants are keen on taking part in an auction of commercial operating
The first 9000 series encoders are being installed in XinJiang Province, accounting for about one-sixth of the country's land area...For video encoding, the new network will use AVS technology, an advanced compression standard developed in China ...
Cape Town The numerous delays of the successful commercial implementation of digital terrestrial television (DTT) in South Africa is having a "uniquely negative impact" on M-Net, the South African pay TV broadcaster has told South Africa's
Cape Town Every South African household with a TV set will be forced to pay R700 for a set top box (STB) or will lose their free TV signals. The South African government will only be subsidising a portion of the cost for the "poorest of the poor"
Motti Kimchi DTT Photo: Dtown Knesset approves expansion of free DTT to 18 channels instead of five...The Knesset plenum approved the expansion of DTT, also known as Idan+ is a digital terrestrial transmission network, which allows users who choose
Brussels is keeping a very close watch on Spain and the economic decisions and progress being made here. The European Commission is to send nine technician missions to Spain to revise the accounts and Spain will be the object of special attention in
Fri, Mar 23 2012 Bulgaria breached EU law in digital terrestrial broadcasting procedure, EC says Fri, Mar 23 2012 09:19 CET 123 Views 1 of 1 The European Commission (EC) says that Bulgaria did not comply with the requirements of the Competition
The digital dividend proposals adopted by the European Commission in 2010 asked EU member states to speed up the switch-off of analogue TV and to complete it by 1 January 2012, but Bulgaria failed to meet that deadline. Finland, Germany, Luxemburg,