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Peru extends deadline for TV stations to launch DTT

Thursday 18 September 2014 | 19:49 CET | News
The government of Peru has issued a decree through which it extended the deadline for local TV stations to launch DTT transmissions. However, the government decided not to delay Peru's analog switch-off, which is scheduled for the last quarter of 2020 in Lima and Callao (territory 1). Under the decree, digital transmissions are required to start in the last quarter of 2015 in territory 1, Q3 of 2017 in territory 2 (Arequipa, Cusco, Trujillo, Piura and Huancayo) , Q4 of 2019 in territory 3 (Ayacucho, Chimbote, Ica, Iquitos, Juliaca, Pucallpa, Puno and Tacna) and Q1 of 2024 in territory 4 (all

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