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MCMC: Additional 300,000 myFreeview decoders for B40 households and PWDs (OKUs)

IA - TIME

The government today announced that through the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), it will distribute an additional 300,000 myFreeview digital TV decoders at a cost of MYR30 million for registered B40 households and people with disabilities (PWD/OKU), nationwide.

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Seven locations in Sabah, Sarawak for BSH B40, OKU to claim free MyFreeview decoders

AT - TIME

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has identified seven distribution centre locations in Sabah and Sarawak where the low-income B40 and Person with Disabilities (PWD/OKU) groups can claim their free myFreeview decoders, starting 15 February.

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Goodbye, analogue: Peninsular Malaysia’s TV signal now 100% digital

AT - TIME

Malaysia is halfway towards completing its migration to going fully digital in terrestrial TV broadcast. At 12.30AM on 15 October, the analogue TV system was shut down completely in the northern and eastern region of Peninsular Malaysia, covering 49 analogue TV transmission stations in Perlis, Kedah, Palau Pinang, Perak, Kelantan, Terengganu, and Pahang. This follows a successful pilot project in Langkawi, Kedah.

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Malaysia to pilot nationwide transition from analogue to digital TV transmission

IA - TIME

Malaysia is one step closer to going fully digital in terrestrial TV broadcasting. The government today announced the nationwide pilot transition of analogue TV to digital TV transmission in stages until 30 September 2019. This rides on the back of a successful pilot transition held in Langkawi on 21 July 2019.