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NBTC lets Ch 3 stay on analogue

Digital operators up in arms at decision

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Viewers can continue enjoying analogue broadcasts by Channel 3 for free as usual in accordance with the National Council for Peace and Order's (NCPO) May 24 announcement despite fierce protests by digital TV operators. 

Channel 3 consistently leads TV ratings in Thailand in both news and lakorn shows, but now is involved in a soap opera of its own thanks to a controversial ruling by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).

The announcement said six analogue TV channels can continue airing on terrestrial, satellite and cable systems as usual.

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