The broadcasting regulator has ordered MCOT Plc and the Public Relations Department to submit progress reports for digital TV network installation since the two were awarded network provider licences.
The rise of digital TV is creating more choice for Thai audiences, but the delay of two network providers, MCOT and the Public Relations Department, could prevent service from reaching 50% of households as planned. THITI WANNAMONTHA
As required by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), digital TV network providers must provide network services with coverage of 50% of the 22 million households in Thailand or in 11 major provinces in the first year.
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