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New Legislation Proposed for HD Broadcasts on Australian Free TV

SYDNEY: The Australian government has introduced a new bill that would remove the restrictions on free-to-air networks regarding HD broadcasts on their main channels. Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull brought the bill to Parliament today, proposing the removal of the requirement for TV networks to air their primary channel in lower-quality, standard definition. Free TV Australia, …



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