Mexico tests digital TV

The Mexican government has given Televisa and TV Azteca permission to begin testing of digital TV signals.

The rival broadcasters will each install a digital version of their respective flagship channels in Mexico City and in Guadalajara, the second-largest city. Operation is slated to begin within six months.

The government anticipates that commercial transmissions will begin in four years.

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