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April 17, 2009

Spain wants DTT


by David Allen

It looks as if the introduction of pay Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Spain could be delayed, only hours after the Ministry of Industry confirmed that pay TV would be introduced into the country for the first time.

The government is under pressure from the set top box and satellite industry to bring in pay TV in as soon as possible, but it turns out that although DTT will be getting the go ahead, the actual starting time could be in around four or five months time.

The problem that the government has is that there are concerns from other content providers and platforms as to where this new technology is going to fit in.

It seems that Digital Spain is working on similar issues to Digital Britain; the only worrying thing is what happens when attention turns to Digital Europe!

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