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Rio de Janeiro to switch off analogue TV on 25 October

Monday 16 October 2017 | 09:23 CET | News
The analogue TV signal in nineteen boroughs of greater Rio de Janeiro will be switched off on 26 October, reports Terra. Anyone without a DTT receiver or compatible television set will be left without TV reception. Viewers with older TV sets will have to buy an external box costing BRL 80.

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