It's not like Chile is the first nation to put off the decision of what digital television standard it will adopt, but rather than nailing something down now, it's decided to ponder for a few more months. According to spokesman Francisco Vidal, Chile will be holding off until March before it chooses the Japanese, European or American standard, and he also noted that "the president (Michelle Bachelet) had requested more studies, of a technical nature," in order to make the best call. 'Course, we could hear this same 'ole song / dance in March, too, but we'll take Mr. Vidal's word on it for now.

[Via TheInquirer, image courtesy of Shunya]

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Chile delays digital television decision until March