Global - Broadcasting - Naive Government DTV Policies (archived)


But they know that people will have long forgotten their promise by that time. I have not heard anybody complaining regarding the current quality of TV pictures. No – it is an obvious handout to the broadcasters and a totally politically driven decision. The customers (voters) are not asking for better TV; they want more interactivity.

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  • 1. Spectrum freebees only broadcasters should apply
  • 2. ‘Honest’ promises
  • 3. Maintaining a mediocre broadcasting product

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Last updated 15 Jan 2004
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