TP Emitel renews trial DVB-T transmission in Krakow - UKE

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TP Emitel renews trial DVB-T transmission in Krakow

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The President of UKE would like to inform all interested parties that on 2 October 2009, following consultations with the NRA, TP Emitel renewed trial DVB-T transmission in Krakow for the period of one month.

During this period all interested parties are going to carry out mutual talks and consultations on continued transmission and ways of its financing. If agreement is reached, DVB-T transmission in Krakow will be continued. If not, the transmission will cease on 2 November 2009 and will be re-launched according to the schedule.


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