Friday, 24 January 2014 18:57

Channel numbers assigned to Thailand’s new commercial digital TV operators

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Channel numbers assigned to Thailand’s 24 new commercial digital TV operators Channel numbers assigned to Thailand’s 24 new commercial digital TV operators
The top winners from each category: Children, News, Variety SD and Variety HD was allowed to choose a channel number and network provider first, while the other bidders had their assigned.

The channel numbers for the 24 new Thai commercial digital terrestrial TV channels was selected or assigned as follows:
 

Category: Children and Family channels


Category: News channels.


Category: Variety SD channels.


Category: Variety HD channels.


Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) will further award digital TV licenses for 12 public channels and 12 community-purpose channels later this year.


Main antenna sites for Digital TV in Thailand

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