Television Frequencies Awarded in Honduras

The National Telecommunications Commission has begun awarding various frequencies with regional coverage and some with national scope.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Channel 44, a national digital television, was awarded for $3 million to the Mexican capital company TV Azteca. This company will operate the frequency for 15 years.

The National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel) sold the frequency for channel 45 to Publicaciones y Noticias (Publynsa), at a price of $191 thousand, where the base price was $156 000. This will give regional coverage in the towns of Comayagua, Intibucá and La Paz .

Publynsa also acquired channel 46 for $363,000 even though the base price was $328,000. It will cover zone 3, of Cortez, El Progreso and Santa Rita.

For an amount of $211, 000 an award was given to Telecommunications Group G of channel 45 in Zone 4. The award for channel 51 in Zone 2 and channel 47 in Zone 3 was declared void. This Friday seven other frequencies will be awarded.

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From 3rd to 10th September, the National Telecommunications Commission of Honduras will be holding an auction of the 36 digital television frequencies and one national one.

An announcement has been made of the publication of tender specifications; "In order to be included participants must be up to date with payments to the state, have a radio or television company and pay the bid price, which for television ranges around $123,000," noted an article in Laprensa. hn.

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The National Telecommunications Commission has convened a public tender to operate a Free Television Broadcasting service in different parts of the country.

The tender conditions will be available from June 24 until July 5 at the Conatel offices operating in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula for the amount of $246.

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