Over the course of the meeting held with the Cinematography, Television and Radio of the Mexican Deputies' Chamber, directors of educating, cultural and state radio and television systems complained about the change in the analog blackout date that the Government had brought forward to 2015, since according to what has been released, "only private companies would benefit from it".
According to Ernesto Vel?zquez Brise?o, director of channel TV Unam, of the Mexican National Autonomous University, the new term for DTT transition "is not thought for public systems". Moreover, according to La Jornada newspaper, the executive pointed out that such measure "would generate the disappearance of social work media". "With the money invested in the Mexican bicentennial parade, there would be resources for all communitarian media and radio stations", he added.
On the other hand, Alejandro Murat Hinojosa, director of the Mexiquense TV and Radio System, denounced that "the decree was issued by President Felipe Calder?n without being entitled to carry out such measure", and questioned the Federal Government's intentions to allocate about USD 1,2 billions in the purchase and distribution of TV sets, since state-owned system require a lower number for the digitalization of their networks. "Mi question is the following: Why aren?t those resources utilized for the reconversion of radio and TV public systems?", he argued. Likewise, he pointed out that at present, analog TV records a 98% coverage whereas digital TV has only a 3% one.
Felipe Calder?n has recently promulgated a decree that establishes DTT migration to be started in 2011 and ended in 2015. Therefore, the analog blackout is scheduled for 2015 unlike its 2021 initial date.
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