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Altice Portugal opposes reduction in DTT distribution prices

Wednesday 30 January 2019 | 16:36 CET | News
Altice Portugal wants to go to Arbitration Court with regulator Anacom over the 15.16 percent cut in prices Altice can charge broadcasters RTP, SIC and TVI for distribution of their channels on the DTT platform, reports Publico.pt. The other alternative is to challenge Anacom's decision from November 2018 in the administrative courts. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Altice Portugal / Anacom
Countries: Portugal
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