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Analog Television Refuses to Die

Monday, November 14, 2022

The migration of analog to digital television in Jakarta and its surrounding areas is marked by rejection from some media groups, including MNC. The distribution of free set-top boxes by digital broadcasters remains low.

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Digital television broadcasts at the ministry of communication and informatics in Jakarta after the analog TV broadcasts are discontinued, November 3. ANTARA PHOTO/Fakhri Hermansyah . tempo : 172147833470.

DURING the last week, Yeni could only do nothing. The 42-year-old woman used to spend her afternoons watching soap operas on Indosiar or RCTI. Now, she cannot watch the broadcasts of the two television stations after the government started implementing the analog switch-off or ASO program. After the ASO, Indosiar, RCTI, and all the other television channels can only be watched in their digital format, which are unavailable on analog televisions l


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