BROADCASTING & TECHNOLOGY
Three free TV stations began digital broadcasting trials yesterday after signing of the memorandum of understanding with regulators.
The Royal Thai Army, the operator of TV5; MCOT Plc, the operator of Modernine TV; and the Public Relations Department, which runs the NBT channel (Channel 11), signed the agreement with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).
They agreed to broadcast programmes in high definition (HD) via digital terrestrial TV.
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