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Digital terrestrial, 5 million Italians don’t see Rai channels: the problems continue

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Digital terrestrial, 5 million Italians don’t see Rai channels: the problems continue

While movements on digital terrestrial continue, a new report published by the National Union of Mountain Municipalities (UNCEM) highlights a significant problem: 5 million Italians still would not be able to access Rai’s digital terrestrial broadcast.

In particular, the president of the association Marco Bussone placed further emphasis on problems that afflict people living in rural and mountain areas where disruptions continue to be reported with signal reception. Those affected would be just over 5 million citizens, who, as explained by Bussone, regularly pay the license fee and are unable to access Rai or “the entire bouquet of channels”.

If the data were to find real evidence, it would be one a problem that would affect almost 10% of the Italian population, but the even more worrying aspect according to Bussone is that instead of improving, the situation has worsened in recent times due to the switch off of digital terrestrial which has led to the refarming of frequencies. In fact, as is known, in 2022 the refarming of digital terrestrial took place which led publishers to cede the frequencies of the 700 MHz band to telephone operators. This has led to a lower availability of frequencies and an amplification of the problems: in fact, the only way to solve them is represented by satellite TV.

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