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Digital TV research cost state €2.5m

The government has spent more than €2.5 million over the last six years investigating the introduction of digital television services in Ireland.

12th March, 2005

The government has spent more than €2.5 million over the last six years investigating the introduction of digital television services in Ireland.

Communications minister Noel Dempsey said last week that he was developing further proposals for the roll-out of digital terrestrial television (DTT) services in Ireland.

Dempsey has asked his department to develop a DTT trial to be held later this year. A group of consultants, including AIB Corporate Finance, economic consultants NERA and solicitors...

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