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ITU Sub-Regional Seminar and Administration Round Table on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Digital Dividend in Central and Eastern Europe

International Telecommunication Union in collaboration with the Hungarian National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) is organizing a Sub-Regional Seminar and Administration Round Table on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Digital Dividend in Central and Eastern Europe, which will be held in Győr, Hungary from 2 to 4 May 2011.

The Sub-Regional Seminar and the Regulatory Round Table is an opportunity for a high-level dialogue on switchover from analogue to digital terrestrial television broadcasting, and is aimed to consider the most important technical, regulatory and economic aspects, as well as the ITUís Regional Initiative on assistance to the Region on the transition from Analogue to Digital broadcasting. The Regional Initiative was approved by the World Telecommunication Development Conference in May 2010, as well as the Plenipotentiary Conference in October 2010.

The main objective of this seminar is to share experiences among the countries in the Region on the transition to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting, to discuss important topics such as frequency issues, harmonization of spectrum use, economic and regulatory issues concerning analogue switch-off and Digital Dividend in Central and Eastern Europe. Moreover, the seminar is expected to outline the ITU assistance required by the Region in order to assist Member States with the transition.

The seminar is addressed to Policy Makers, Regulators, Broadcast Engineers, Corporate Executives and Managers, Administrators and Officials dealing with migration from analogue to digital broadcasting.

The seminar will be conducted in English.

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