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Foreign bidders interested in DVB-T tender again

The Austrian company Osterreichische Rundfunksender GmbH & Co KG (ORS) has said it is still interested in implementing digital television and radio broadcasting for all households in Slovakia after the original tender was cancelled, the SITA wrote.

The Austrian company Osterreichische Rundfunksender GmbH & Co KG (ORS) has said it is still interested in implementing digital television and radio broadcasting for all households in Slovakia after the original tender was cancelled, the SITA wrote.

“We will now study in detail documents to the tender announced by the Telecommunications Office. If we take part in the tender, the public will be informed in time,” said ORS’ head of sales, marketing and corporate communications, Michael Weber. He referred to the company’s prior experience in implementation of digital broadcasting in Austria.

Another participant in the cancelled digital tender, Valtech Communications, also suggested it would consider bidding for the new DVB-T tender. The company’s head, Rene Arbic, said that his company will decide about participating in the new tender after studying the tender dossier. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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