This is the Cheap Price of STB Digital TV Receiver, Migration of Analog TV to Digital Broadcast Immediately -

2021-12-25 09:05:09 By : Ms. Sarah Zhang

BANGKAPOS.COM - Soon, analog tv broadcasts via antennas will be abolished.In this first stage, five provinces will start digitizing television broadcast programs.When analog TV broadcasts are no longer available, residents will need an STB or digital TV receiver to watch television broadcasts.By using an STB or digital TV receiver, you can not only watch local TV broadcasts, but also watch digital TV broadcasts.In addition to a clearer and less smudged display, some models also allow you to record TV broadcasts.TV receiver prices are also quite affordable.What are you waiting for?Check out the most complete TV receiver on iPrice right away!This is a list of digital TV or STB receivers summarized by from the page.Along with the enactment of Law number 32/2020 concerning Job Creation (UU Ciptaker), the migration program for television broadcasting (TV) from analog to digital (analog switch off/ASO) must be completed within two years of the legal basis being born.The Ministry of Communication and Information (Kominfo) as the leading sector also launched the broadcasting digitization program.Moreover, the Employment Creation Law opens a deadlock in the ease of doing business and provides directions for immediate migration from analog to digital technology.The first stage of the migration of TV broadcasts from analog to digital is about to begin.Banten province is the first on the island of Java.Apart from Banten, in this case Serang Regency and City and Cilegon City, other areas that entered the first stage of ASO implementation were Aceh Province (Aceh Besar Regency and Banda Aceh City), Riau Islands (Bintan Regency, Karimun Regency, Batam City and Tj. Pinang City), East Kalimantan (Kutai Kartanegara District, Samarinda City, and Bontang City), and North Kalimantan (Bulungan District, Tarakan City, and Nunukan District).On August 17, 2021 or precisely on the commemoration of the 76th Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia, the first phase of digital television broadcast migration is planned to be carried out in the five provinces.(*)