Digital broadcasting is to begin in Russia’s Krasnoyarsk region next year, with transition in the region expected to cost RUB2.78 billion (€60 million), according to the regional government.
Krasnoyarsk reportedly aims to rely on local manufacturers to supply equipment, including decoders, for the transition to digital TV, with a consortium of broadcast equipment manufacturers, including local suppliers Prima Telecom, Krasmash, Alfa, Telemir and Radiosvyaz having been set up for the purpose in 2009.
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