TV3 objects to RTE digital terrestrial TV plans

Commercial broadcaster TV3 has objected to RTE’s planned line-up of stations on the new digital terrestrial television (DTT) platform. DTT will be an alternative to Sky and UPC and will replace free television signals received via aerials, writes Sam

8th January, 2011

Commercial broadcaster TV3 has objected to RTE’s planned line-up of stations on the new digital terrestrial television (DTT) platform. DTT will be an alternative to Sky and UPC and will replace free television signals received via aerials, writes Samantha McCaughren.

RTE must provide stations on the DTT service and has proposed some additional stations, including a new news service, additional children’s programming and a ‘plus one’ station.

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