By Chris Dziadul
Published: September 28, 2010 11.10 Europe/London
HCA/HCTA CONFERENCE – TIHANY. Hungary has no plans to put back its analogue switch off date from the current December 31, 2011. However, it will continue to monitor the situation internationally.
The news was given by Dr ?v? Menyh?rt Vasv?riné, deputy under secretary, ministry of national development, and Gabor Matrai, the VP of the new National Media and Telecoms Authority (NMHH), in the opening session of the annual HCA/HCTA cable conference in Tihany, Hungary.
When asked about the upcoming (and controversial) new media law, they denied that the cable industry is not being listened to: although the two associations were not contacted in the consultation on the first reading of the law, which was passed in August, they have been on the second stage, due to be passed next month.
Several other key points emerged on the digital switchover process during the session. Firstly, ASO will be undertaken in Hungary on a stage-by-stage basis, with the government having already formulated a strategy for its implementation.
Secondly, the government does not envisage Antenna Hung?ria having to face any competition in the DTT sector in the future, and thirdly, the more needy members of society will have to apply for subsidies for digital reception equipment.
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