NBTC hold 2021 ATRC OTT Dialogue Meeting

NBTC hold 2021 ATRC OTT Dialogue Meeting

Office of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) hosts the 2021 ATRC Stakeholders’ Consultative Dialogue via virtual platform

with ASEAN Telecommunications Regulators along with leading Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers, and international and local network operators; AIS, TRUE, DTAC, SingTel, Google, Facebook, Zoom, and Walt Disney Company.  The meeting chaired by Mr. Notachard Chintakanond, Executive Director, International Affairs Bureau, on 8-9 June 2021 at NBTC Head office.   

Mr. Notachard Chintakanond stated that ‘2021 ATRC Stakeholers’ Consultative Dialogue’ would be an opportunity to discuss and exchange information for best practices of OTT in regard to the ASEAN Initiative for Facilitating Sustainable Over-the-Top (OTT) Ecosystem, which has been approved at the first ASEAN Digital Ministers’ Meeting (ADGMIN) on 21 January 2021.  

The 2021 ATRC Stakeholers’ Consultative Dialogue meeting focuses at promoting OTT services in regards to the social prospect includes enhancing OTT business oversight to foster efficiency and sustainability of ASEAN economy, as well as overseeing of consumer protection to ensure service quality.  For economic aspect, it aims to encourage fair competition amongst OTT and non-OTT service providers to support sustainable development of the industries, and also to facilitate in developing and maintaining the infrastructure for OTT ecosystem.  The outcomes of the meeting will be circulated to ASEAN members as guidelines to OTT regulations.       

Further information can be enquired at NBTC telephone number (+66)-2-272-7054  

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