ISTANBUL�Seminars on digital broadcasting have been organized for the iTVF, the Turkish Broadcasting Industry�s conference and exhibition, taking place in Istanbul, March 1-3 2016.WorldDAB.orghas helped in the planning stages of the event, according toabu.org.
Participants will include TRT, the Turkish national broadcaster; RATEM (Professional Union of Broadcasting Organizations); and, the regulatory body RT�K�Radyo ve Televizyon �st Kurulu�(Radio and Television Supreme Council).�
DAB was first considered in Turkey in 2002, before receivers were available at affordable prices. �For DAB+, this problem has now been resolved; in the last ten years, over 30 million DAB / DAB+ receivers have been sold worldwide, and this growth has enabled manufacturers to benefit from economies of scale. �As a result, DAB+ receivers are now available at mass market prices�entry level models are available at �20�and prices are falling every year.