nurts

nurts

and nerts (nɚts)
1. n. nonsense. Oh, that’s just nerts. I don’t believe a word of it.
2. interj. a mild expression of distress or dismay. (Usually Nerts!; Nurts!.) Oh, nerts! I forgot my wallet.
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The acquired assets also include TV transmission network operator A NURTS (nurts.
The Bulgarian Telecommunications Company EAD (BTC) confirmed that it submitted a notification to Bulgaria s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) regarding its intention to buy the Nurts Bulgaria Group (Nurts), which invested and concluded the digitalisation of terrestrial radio and television broadcasting.
Tokyo, Jan 15, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation (NEC) today announced the deployment of its iPASOLINK series for NURTS Bulgaria JSC, one of the leading broadcasting companies in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian TV transmission network operator NURTS Digital EAD has awarded Harris Corp.
Bulgaria's Commission for Protection of Competition said on September 7 that it had approved the sale of a 50 per cent stake in mobile operator Vivacom's rebroadcasting subsidiary NURTS to Dubai-based Bluesat Partners.
Bulgarian TV network operator NURTS Digital EAD selects Harris for digital TV transition.
A The NURTS Bulgaria group invested and set up the infrastructure necessary for distribution of the free over-the-air digital television and radio signal on the territory of Bulgaria, but its owners recently decided to get rid of it, due to athe macroeconomic situation and lack of consumer interest in the digital over-the-air signala.
Harris Corporation declared that it has secured a contract worth around $8 million from NURTS Digital EAD for the transition of the country to DVB-T over-the-air digital television (DTV).
NURTS is Bulgaria's only analogue rebroadcasting company, but its infrastructure is seen as a key asset in Bulgaria's much-delayed switchover to digital broadcasting.
Under the first agreement, NURTS, the primary tower company and sole DTT operator in Bulgaria, will use capacity on Intelsat 12 at 45x East to contribute content to its terrestrial towers for DTT services launching soon in Bulgaria.
However, TV transmission network operator NURTS recently reported that about 100 000 Bulgarians from 393 settlements in rural areas do not have access to public TV broadcasts, because digital signal coverage does not reach them.
337 of the villages without digital coverage are with a population of less than 200 inhabitants, according to NURTS.
Bulgarian TV transmission network operator NURTS Digital EAD has awarded Harris Corporation a nearly $8 million contract to transition the country to DVB-T over-the-air digital television (DTV).
Bulgaria now plans to have six such multiplexes, the facilities where multiple channels are compressed to fit in one broadcast frequency, with four licences awarded to Latvian firm Hannu Pro and two other to the local subsidiary of Slovak firm Towercom, which has been bought by NURTS Bulgaria, a joint venture between Bulgarian Telecommunications Company (BTC) and Mancelord Limited.