Stod 1 makes bow in Iceland

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Terrestrial channel Stod 1 bowed in Iceland this month, using the last remaining frequency issued by the country’s Post and Telecommunications Committee.

Channel, headed by TV and video industry vet Holmgeir Baldursson, has begun airing music and promos while transmitters continue to be installed throughout the country. Regular broadcast will begin in March.

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