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The political economy of DTT: An international overview

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This article offers a panoramic view of the ongoing transformations within the field of television in nine different countries, regarding their full digitalization. More specifically, it describes and analyses the shift from analogue to digital terrestrial television (DTT) through a detailed enquiry on specific case studies in America, Europe and Asia. It evaluates thus the role of public institutions and private companies in the ongoing transition of the hegemonic entertainment and information media.
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Keywords: audio-visual diversity; audio-visual policy; digital switchover; digital television; digital terrestrial television; switch-off

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Carlos III University of Madrid

Publication date: October 15, 2012

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  • The International Journal of Digital Television will describe and explain the transition to digital TV and wider trends in television. As switchover happens across the globe and television's operations and audiences are transformed, the International Journal of Digital Television will be at the forefront of efforts to understand the changes and developments.
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