Polish Private Radio Balks at Digital Process

The Polish commercial radio community says it will suspend its work with Krajowa Rada Radiofonii i Telewizji (KRRiT), the National Broadcasting Council, on the transition to DAB+, according to Telecompaper.com.

On 23 May, KRRiT had received a letter signed by broadcasters from Group RMF, Radio Group Agora, Radio Group Time and Eurozet about the requirements of their engagement in the working group and the technical subcommittee. The signees complained that their opinions have been ignored.

The broadcasters confirmed this at a meeting discussing technical recommendations and usage requirements for digital radio implementation. The same meeting also considered the frequency management of two national DAB+ multiplexes reserved for commercial broadcasting.

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