DigiTAG is an association of stakeholders in the digital terrestrial TV industry and has members from broadcasting, network operators, regulatory, and professional equipment and consumer electronics manufacturing organisations throughout the world. DigiTAG has recently re-launched with new Statutes and the mission of defending and promoting digital terrestrial television on a worldwide basis, and, notably, will work tirelessly to protect spectrum for broadcasting, regardless of the technical standard used on the DTT platform.





The new Guide to Digital Switchover


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Poland - UKE issues draft regulations for MUX-8

Romania - Ancom opens consultation on licenses to operate DTT multiplexes

Spain - Government plans release of 700 MHz band for mobile broadband services

Mexico - Two television service licenses on DTT platform to be allocated by June 2015

Digital switchover in Africa

Across Africa, governments are planning for digital switchover.  National governments are now preparing to meet the June 2015 deadline set for the completion of analogue switch-off in the ITU’s Geneva 2006 (GE-06) Agreement. And while many governments are confirming their intention to complete switch-off by this deadline, many countries are likely to have difficulty doing so.





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