Licence for second DTT multiplex in Autumn

Poland is likely to award an operators’ licence for its second DTT multiplex this autumn reports Broadband TV News. The comments are attributed to Anna Strezynska, the president of the country’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE).
There are some sticking points in discussions on the terms surrounding the multiplex between the UKE and National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT), one of which is the composition of the channels to be carried by the multiplex.
While the UKE is open to the idea of up to three channels being operated by one company, the KRRiT would prefer each to be owned by different broadcasters.
Source: Broadband TV News
Item added: 15th June 2009