In September 2005, Broadcast Communications was in the process of scoping out how it could deliver Free-To-Air Digital Television as well as preparing a commercial business case aimed at meeting the needs of New Zealand’s broadcasters. The work is being completed in co-operation with TV broadcasters and the New Zealand Television Broadcasters Council. By September 2005, BCL had spent $40 million upgrading its network from analogue to digital. BCL believes that ultimately Digital TV infrastructure maybe a mixture of satellite and terrestrial technology solutions, but that terrestrial technology would provide the delivery of high definition television more effectively.
New Zealand – Broadcasting Market – Major Players, Teletext and Captioning;
New Zealand – Broadcasting Market – Television and Radio.
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