Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia is an independent body that regulates and supervises the electronic communications market, manages and supervises the radio frequency spectrum in the Republic of Slovenia, performs tasks in the field of radio and television broadcasting, and regulates and supervises the postal and railway service markets.
The Agency's mission is to promote competition, to ensure equal conditions for the operation of electronic communication network operators and service providers, as well as providers of postal and railway services, to manage the radio frequency spectrum and numbering space, to monitor radio and television programming content, and to protect consumer rights in the Republic of Slovenia as well as the European Union. The Agency's goals are to create conditions or providing services tailored to users' needs, a regulated and common European market, equal rights for all European Union citizens, and to promote cultural, linguistic, and contentual diversity of radio and television programs and other audiovisual media services.
Coordination meeting in Vienna
Zagreb, 14 October, 2019 – Vienna hosted an international coordination meeting of the representatives of the competent regulatory authorities of Austria (RTR), Bosnia and Herzegovina (CRA), Hungary (NMHH), Slovenia (AKOS) and Croatia (HAKOM) with its major topic for future usage and ability to revise the broadcasting in the VHF III band. In addition to frequency revision in the 174-240 MHz band, there was a talk of ongoing digital television transitions and the usage of the 700MHz band (the so-called Second Digital Dividend - DD2) for wireless broadband, which is important for the future of 5G networks and rural coverage. The coordination meeting will contribute to the harmonized usage of the radio frequency spectrum and the further development of electronic communications networks and services in the VHF III and UHF bands. Read more, on HAKOM's website, here...