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Broadcast & Satellite

NBTC mulls digital radio spectrum

Monday 4 March 2013 | 01:01 CET | News
Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is considering allocating spectrum for digital radio next year. This year the regulator plans to test launch digital radio while next year it might allocate unused VHF spectrum for digital radio, The Nation writes citing NBTC vice chairman Natee Sukonrat. Similar to digital TV licences, licences for digital radio will fall into different categories: network operators, broadcasting facility operators, and broadcasting service providers.

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