Hong Kong's telecommunications regulator is inviting telcos, broadcasters and other parties to express an interest in bidding for spectrum that can be used for mobile TV and other digital broadcasting services.
The Office of the Telecommunications Authority (OFTA) is currently conducting a public consultation on mobile television services in Hong Kong. The invitation to potential spectrum bidders gives OFTA a chance to gauge interest in new digital services, including digital terrestrial television (DTT), digital audio broadcasting (DAB) and ancillary datacasting services.
"The information collected through this exercise will be used for analysis by the government for the preparation of a draft implementation framework for mobile TV services for a second round of public consultation," said an OFTA spokesman.
Parties need to express an interest by April 25.
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