On December 27, 2010, local time, Oriental Republic of Uruguay decided to adopt ISDB-T as the national standard of the terrestrial digital TV.
Oriental Republic of Uruguay is the 11th country outside Japan to select ISDB-T, following Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Paraguay, the Philippines, and Bolivia.
Although Government of Uruguay once decided and announced the adoption of DVB-T in August, 2007, administration of President Mujica has been reexamining of the standard since March, 2010, considering that the ISDB-T is adopted among the South American countries.
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