Non-frequency network providers disagree with a draft regulation on channel arrangement for satellite and cable TVs, saying the new rule will affect their operations.
Yesterday the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) held a public hearing to gather opinions from broadcasters on the draft regulation for channel arrangement standards.
The draft states network providers cannot make a profit from channel arrangement. This restriction will hurt network providers as their revenues will drop, said a source at PSI Holding Co, the largest satellite dish provider.
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