DigiTAG seeks guarantee for the future of Digital Terrestrial TV
10 December 2009
DigiTAG, the Digital terrestrial TV industry-forum, is calling on European and national regulators to guarantee the future of broadcast services on the digital terrestrial television (DTT) platform.
The possible impact of allocating the ‘800MHz band’ to non-broadcast services
DigiTAG is very concerned about the European Commission’s recently issued Communication and Recommendation which call on European Union Member-States to make the frequencies 790-862 MHz in the UHF broadcasting band available for non-broadcast services. DigiTAG cautions that this could potentially have severe adverse consequences for TV viewers throughout Europe.
|DigiTAG's press release ⇒|
|DigiTAG Position Paper on The Digital Dividend & the Future of Digital Terrestrial Television is now available ⇒|
Should you wish further information, you may contact Natalie Mouyal, email@example.com, Senior Information Officer at the DigiTAG Project Office.more items...