Irish communications regulator ComReg has published its response to consultation on licensing Digital Terrestrial Television and its licence framework for Digital Terrestrial Television.
The consultation held in August invited comments on proposed licence conditions for fixed and portable reception of DTT. Some 20 submissions were received in relation to the proposals contained in the consultation.
Mike Byrne, Chairperson of ComReg said; "These licences will enable the evolution of full Digital Terrestrial Television in Ireland. DTT has the capacity to carry much more content than the current analogue signals thus enabling viewers to access additional content and to interact with programming."
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