Romania will cease broadcasting analogue TV transmission in 2015, not 2012 as previously planned, according to reports.
The government has confirmed that digital switchover will take place on January 1 2015, three years after the original date. According to the reports, the decision was made on May 11 but announced yesterday. The announcement comes a few weeks before Romanias communications regulator ANCOM was due to receive bids from companies interested in the first two licences to operate multiplexes on the countryÂs DTT network.
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