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Latest update regarding DTT in Turkey, EEMKON 2015 Istanbul aftermath

Actually this post might be a little shorter then usual, here goes:

Nothing new was happening regarding the progress of DTT (Digital Terrestrial Television) in Turkey, suprisingly this changed, a presenter of Turk Telekom attended the event in Istanbul. 
And thank God that Mr. Umut (Udo) Keten attended this event organized by the Chamber of Electrical Engineers (EMO).

He started explaining the view of Turk Telekom (the largest telco in Turkey) and how they see DTT. And what a suprise this was, not many expected this interest with DTT and we definately would like to hear more from Turk Telekom’s point of view regarding this ‘sensitive’ matter.

I figured I should at least try to summarize the presentation but it would only mislead or misconceive some idea’s to my readers. 
However rest assured, I will try to get in touch with a senior officer at Turk Telekom, this in turn to squeeze out an e-interview on their position of the DTT process in Turkey.

While you are waiting eagerly for this interview post now this for a fact: Turk Telekom is more then ready to build and operate the DTT platform end to end.

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