Guidelines for the Transition from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting 2012
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Guidelines for the Transition from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting 2012

The Guidelines for the Transition from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting is intended for a global audience to provide information and recommendations on policy, regulation, technologies, network planning, customer awareness and business planning for the smooth transition to DTTB and introduction of MTV. This publication is the implementation of the decisions of GE06 Plan, for which the original Guidelines were prepared specifically for the Africa region, and for which the current revision includes the needs of the Asia-Pacific region by incorporating more complete examples, technology options, and regulations relevant to this region. This updated version also includes the Guidelines for Migration of Broadcast Archives from Analogue to Digital.

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The broadcasting industry and regulators face both opportunities and challenges in dealing with the transition from analogue to digital broadcasting. The transition requires decisions to be made on a great number of political, social, economic and technological issues. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a well-defined roadmap covering national strategies and key decisions.