By Chris Dziadul
Published: November 9, 2010 10.19 Europe/London
ACC CONVENTION – BUCHAREST. Romania’s parliament is today (November 9) holding the final reading on a new infrastructure law that will have widespread implications for the country’s cable industry.
Amendments to electronic communications legislation, bringing it into line with EU directives, are also likely to come into effect early next year.
Commenting on developments in the market in general, Radu Petric, the president of the ACC, said that 2010 had been a very interesting year, with IPTV up and running and DTH losing ground to cable.
Triple play service are becoming increasingly in demand, with single offers of audiovisual services no longer interesting to viewers.
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