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High-definition television (HDTV) - single world-wide production standard
To contribute to the smooth development of high-definition television (HDTV) production by taking common action to promote the adoption of a single world-wide high-definition television production standard by the Plenary Assembly of the International Radio Consultative Committee (IRCC).
Council Decision 89/630/EEC of 7 December 1989 on the common action to be taken by the Member States with respect to the adoption of a single world-wide high-definition television production standard by the Plenary Assembly of the International Radio Consultative Committee (IRCC) in 1990 [Official Journal L 363 13.12.1989].
The common action to be taken with respect to the adoption of a single world-wide standard must be based on the proposal arising from the Eureka 95 project. It will be carried out at the meetings to be held to prepare these recommendations concerning a single world-wide HDTV production standard. If these consultations fail to produce an agreement, the points on which there is disagreement will, if necessary, be brought before the relevant Council bodies.