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The list of two groups of cities preliminarily determined for the three convergence pilot has been submitted to the decision-making level

the list of two groups of three convergence pilot cities drawn up by the SARFT and three telecom operators has been submitted to the three convergence leading group of the State Council. Factor 4: the electromechanical list is the result of a recent survey of its provincial and municipal branches in the two major systems of radio and television and telecommunications

people close to the above-mentioned leading group said that SARFT tends to choose cities with better cable network integration and two-way transformation, and the amount of pressurized castings accounts for about 80%, so it is fast to prepare; Within the telecom system, the scheme requirements submitted by the three telecom operators are quite different

at this time, it is less than one month before the deadline for the list of the first three integration pilot cities drawn up by the State Council

the three telecom operators have different plans.

the three operators are now facing different situations

according to the insider, according to the preliminary plan of the Ministry of industry and information technology, in the future, Chinatelecom will be responsible for IPTV operation in southern provinces, China Unicom will be responsible for IPTV construction in northern provinces, and China Mobile will be responsible for TV projects

China Mobile is the most optimistic in the formulation of the three integration policy. Its optimism comes from the fact that the entry of radio and television has no impact on its original business

at present, China Mobile has joined hands with radio and television to establish a joint venture - China Radio and television, through which td+cmmb TV business has been opened in 27 provinces and cities across the country. This was called the first specific case of "three convergence" by Wang Jianzhou, chairman of China Mobile Group

China Telecom and China Unicom have prepared the best and worst solutions. Both sides suggested that radio and television networks should not be given the backbone status, because otherwise, if radio and television networks and telecommunications networks are interconnected for free, it will bring network security, international access and other problems

in fact, due to the continuous decline of fixed line revenue of Chinatelecom and China Unicom, if the core competitiveness broadband business is competed by radio and television, it may lose part of the market share. On the other hand, the provincial radio and television systems have conducted broadband service trials in a low-key manner. This means that if radio and television get the backbone of interconnection, the two telecom operators may not get any benefits in this three integration

Chinatelecom's ideal goal is to strive for the rights of channel rebroadcasting, video on demand and other rights that are basically the same as those of digital cable TV networks, and to cooperate directly with content sources (TV stations); In the near future, if we can't cooperate directly with content sources, at least in the integrated broadcast control link, we hope to strive to exclude the following three aspects and allow the introduction of multiple partners to improve the voice

in terms of the number of cities, China Mobile, like radio and television, hopes to have as many pilot cities as possible. China Telecom and China Unicom hope that the number of pilot cities will be as small as possible and will gradually increase in the future

confidential list

at the end of March, Zhang Haitao, deputy director of the State Administration of radio, film and television, visited several cities south. After investigating the grass-roots level, the radio, film and television management department finally determined the list of pilot cities

it is reported that Jiangsu cable and Hangzhou Huashu, as non listed companies, are most likely to become pilot areas. Among the listed companies, Gehua cable, Tianwei video and Oriental cable are also likely to become the first batch of pilot areas

in fact, Shanghai, Hangzhou and other places have already begun to try IPTV. Taking Hangzhou Huashu as an example, the company has begun the exploration of three integration. At present, Hangzhou Huashu has both telecom business licenses and radio and television business licenses, and the scope of business licenses covers almost all telecom and radio and television systems. At present, the basic TV viewing fee of Hangzhou Huashu is 21 yuan/month, the interactive service is 35 yuan/month, the broadband service is 98 yuan/month, and the comprehensive service ARPU (monthly income per user) is more than 60 yuan. The researcher of China Merchants Securities believes that the current ARPU level of Hangzhou Huashu is basically equivalent to that of telecom operators. If other radio and television operators successfully replicate this model, the value of radio and television networks will need to be revalued

zhaoyujie, an analyst at China Merchants Securities, believes that Shenzhen, Shanghai and Jiangsu may be the early pilot areas in the selection of pilot areas. Due to the special geographical location, Beijing may be delayed as a pilot area. However, Shaanxi and Hunan, where radio and television networks and radio and television media are located, have not completed the digitalization and two-way transformation of networks on a large scale, so it is less likely to be used as a pilot

"no one knows the specific list now." Luo Xiaobu, vice president of Gehua cable, pointed out. The list submitted by Telecom is also very confidential, "only a few leaders know that the interests involved are more sensitive." Chinatelecom insiders said

there is not much time left for telecommunication system and radio and television

according to the requirements of SARFT, all provincial integration must be completed by the end of 2010. At present, only 13 provinces and cities have realized the separation and integration of Taiwan. Economic Observer

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