The National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) is the body that protects the interests of the communications users in Romania, by promoting competition in the communications market, ensuring the management of scarce resources and encouraging innovation and efficient investments in infrastructure.
The institution that regulates the Romanian electronic communications sector today resulted from the merger of two bodies with experience and expertise in the relevant field of management and regulation: The Inspectorate General for Communications and Information Technology (IGCTI) and the National Regulatory Authority for Communications and Information Technology (ANRCTI).
In Romania, the full and effective transition to the digital television services was to be completed by 17 June 2015, according to the Geneva 2006 Agreement in which Romania is a party and to the Strategy on the transition from analogue terrestrial television to digital terrestrial television and national implementation of digital multimedia services. The Government Decision approving this strategy was published in the Romanian Official Journal no. 400 of 3 July 2013.
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