Poland’s Analogue Switch Off (ASO) is now likely to take place on the 31st July 2013 reports Chris Dziadul of Broadband TV News.
Crediting the source of the news as Satkurier the article goes on to say that Poland’s second DTT and third DTT multiplexes will both probably be launched this October, by which time 80% of the country should be covered by DTT signals.
The government has also just adopted a draft law on the implementation of DTT, with minds apparently having been focused by what is likely to be the winding up of the National Broadcasting (KRRiT) and the need to deal with unfinished business.
Poland’s first DTT multiplex, which is being operated by the incumbent Telco TP’s subsidiary EmiTel on a temporary basis, was launched last September
Source: Broadband TV News
Item added: 7th June 2010