Catalin Marinescu, the president of the Romanian regulator ANCOM, will leave his post at the end of April and become the head of strategy at the ITU in early May.
Italy has completed the switch-off process of television broadcasting transmissions on 61 frequencies, the use of which had been causing harmful interference.
ITU has announced a new standard for High Dynamic Range Television that represents a major advance in television broadcasting.
The ITU has given its recommendation to a new series of audio standards designed to bring the listening experience closer to that of real life.
Europe’s Conference of Post and Telecommunications Regulators (CEPT) has agreed a common position against the allocation of the UHF band (470-694MHz), currently used by DTT, to mobile services.
47 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa have agreed on the frequency coordination required for digital switchover in 2015, the ITU has confirmed.
Poland’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) is to host this year’s ITU annual Global Symposium for Global Regulators.
ITU members have agreed on a new video coding standard building on ITU-T H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC with hopes of easing pressure on global networks.
The French government is “extremely concerned by the interference of satellites” and has asked the ITU to take action.
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