BUDAPEST, July 25 (Reuters) - Hungary has awarded a 12-year digital broadcasting license to broadcasting firm Antenna Hungaria after a Parliamentary committee approved the telecom watchdog's recommendation, state news agency MTI said on Friday. Antenna, a unit of France's TDF SA, won the tender for both digital television and radio broadcasts. Antenna will have to launch digital television broadcasts by the end of 2008 and the switchover has to be completed when Hungary, in line with ...
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