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Brazilian broadcasters warn of ‘digital exclusion’

Industry players attending SET Mid-West, the Seminar on Broadcast Technology and New Media, organised by SET the Brazilian Society for Television Engineering (Sociedade Brasileira de Engenharia de Televisão) in Brasilia,…

Indian broadcasters demand ‘Infrastructure Status’

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation – the industry association which represents and is dedicated to the promotion of television broadcasting in, to and from India – has called on the Indian…

South Africa DSO set for Dec 2018

South Africa DSO set for Dec 2018

South Africa’s roadmap to digital adoption for broadcasting has had more than a few pot-holes to slow adoption. However, the country’s Dept. of Communications says that it will take another…

Indian broadcasters welcome DSO ruling

The Indian Broadcasting Foundation (IBF) has welcomed the order passed by the Honourable Delhi High Court dismissing the nine petitions dealing with the time extension for implementing digital addressable system…

South Africa commences DTT migration

South Africa commences DTT migration

October 28th marks the beginning of the Analogue Switch-Off (ASO) in South Africa. This major national milestone forms part of the country’s Broadcasting Digital Migration (BDM) process, and will begin…

Nigeria targets $1bn annual digital dividend

Nigeria’s Federal Government has said it could potentially raise a digital dividend of $1 billion from the sale of spectrum as it rolls out digitisation of broadcasting in the country.…

India likely to miss DSO again

The switch-over to all digital, and mandated, addressable set-top boxes have been something of a struggle for India. Almost all of the nation’s cable MSOs will have made the change…

Mexico to finally switch off analogue TV

Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) says that Mexico will wrap up its analogue TV switch-off in November. The IFT says that this is the last phase of Mexico’s somewhat drawn-out…

Dutch digital over 90%

Digital television accounts for 90 percent of all TV connections in the Netherlands at the end of the second quarter of 2016, according to Telecompaper’s latest quarterly report on the…

EC outlaws Spain’s DSO broadcaster support

EC outlaws Spain’s DSO broadcaster support

The European Commission has found that a Spanish scheme compensating terrestrial private broadcasters for carrying out parallel broadcasting during the digitisation of the terrestrial television signal is in breach of…

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