Russia to adopt law for free satellite TV in areas not covered by DVB-T

Thursday 6 December 2018 | 15:08 CET | News
The Russian parliamentary committee on ICT for the lower parliamentary chamber has approved the draft law on free satellite TV services in areas not covered by DVB-T. If the law is adopted, satellite operators will have to provide residents in these areas with access to public TV channels.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Broadcast & Satellite
Countries: Russian Federation
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