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Dutch govt looking into new FM code of conduct

Thursday 17 May 2018 | 16:58 CET | News
The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs wants to bring the FM Code of Conduct back to life and has started a consultation on the matter. A special agreement existed between 2013 and 2015 between Dutch regulator Agentschap Telecom and commercial FM stations. The goal of the current consultation is to see if such a code could improve the range and/or quality of FM stations, with additional network-connected frequencies or support transmitters.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Agentschap Telecom / Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat
Countries: Netherlands
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