The Moldovan regulator ANRCETI has published three draft decisions on the award of DTT channel licences in the country.
In a statement, it says that they will be available for public consultation until July 15.
ANRCETI adds that the decisions are:
1) the project regarding the approval of the procedure for organising and conducting the competition for issuing licences for the use of radio frequencies / channels in order to provide publicly available electronic communications networks and services, in the digital terrestrial TV system
2) the project for the approval of the specifications of the competition for the issuance of licenses for the use of frequencies / radio channels in the frequency band (470-694 MHz) in order to provide networks with regional coverage and publicly available electronic communications services, in digital terrestrial TV system
3) the project on the approval of the Special Licence Conditions for the use of radio frequencies / channels in the frequency band (470-694 MHz) in order to provide networks with regional coverage and publicly available electronic communications services in digital terrestrial TV system.
Broadband TV News notes that the transition to digital terrestrial broadcasting in Moldova was due to be concluded at the beginning of this year. This, according to Moldpres, was following the approval of a draft law on the process by the country’s Cabinet of Ministers on December 14, 2021.