Poland’s DTT multiplexes down from 6 to 3

Poland may only have three DVB-T multiplexes instead of the planned six, reports Broadband TV News.
The article says that the new scenario was detailed by Anna Strezynska, the president of the Office of Electronic Communication and reported in Rzeczpospolita.
She envisages that one of the remaining three multiplexes will be allocated to mobile TV and the other two to broadband TV services.
Neither Poland’s TV stations nor the country’s other regulator the National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) favour such a scenario, with the latter preferring to see at least four DVB-T multiplexes
Source: Broadband TV News
Item added: 9th December 2008