CRC DELEGATES PARTICIPATED IN THE ABU DIGITAL BROADCASTING SYMPOSIUM 2016
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The 2016 ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium was organized by the Asia-Pasicifc Broadcasting Union from 29 February to 3 March, 2016 in in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia under the theme “Innovating Digital Connections”. The event took places including workshop, three-day exhibition and conference. Mr.Z.Amgalan, Director-General of the Radio frequency regulation and monitoring department and officer Mr. Ch.Terbish participated in the event in ways to discuss on topics about business and technology strategies to improve growth in radio and television services, challenges and solutions in the transition from analogue to digital switchover, broadcasting equipment, acquint with ICT platform solutions. During the event, CRC representatatives met with a Director of Strategic Development Department of WorldDAB Consortium Kathryn Brown, Asia-Pacific regional project coordinator Bernie K’Neill and Dr. Les Sabel Managing Director of S-Comm technologies to discuss the trend of digital radio, current situation of Mongolia’s broadcasting switchover and upcoming activities.

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