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Star Times sues Ghana over cancelled contract

China’s Star Times Group is suing the Government of Ghana for $200 million over a cancelled – and allegedly – wrongfully terminated contract. The agreement covered the building and establishing…

100,000 decoder order for Nigeria

100,000 decoder order for Nigeria

Lagos Nigeria broadcaster TV Continental has bought 100,000 satellite decoders for distribution nationwide. TV Continental, already highly-regarded for its TVC News channel, says the move is to ensure consumers do…

Uganda DSO on August 31st

Uganda’s digital switch-over is underway. Kampala city is already all-digital and its suburbs will go dark as far as analogue TV is concerned on July 31st. A final and absolute…

“Herculean” task for India digital conversion

“Herculean” task for India digital conversion

A report from India’s Television Post says that the pace of installing digital set-top boxes in India’s Phase III towns is “agonisingly slow” and that MSOs face a “herculean task”…

South Africa: “No digital interference”

South Africa: “No digital interference”

South Africa’s Communications Minister Faith Muthambi says that the country’s TV viewers will not face broadcasting disruption despite the nation not having adopted digital transmission in time for the June…

ITU marks DSO deadline

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has noted the arrival of the June 17th deadline for switching off analogue television broadcasting in the UHF band set by ITU Member States at…

Mexico to buy 4m TVs for DSO

Mexico is not due to wholly switch off its analogue TV transmissions until December this year. But its Communications & Transport Ministry (SCT) says it still has to fund anther…

Indian digitisation much delayed

It seems the situation as far as India’s ambitious plans for complete digitisation and the mandatory implementation of Conditional Access is massively delayed, and the usual ‘confusion reigns’ at just…

Most of Africa to miss DSO deadline

The adoption of digital transmission by most African countries is a complete mess, and only two nations will meet next week’s June 17th digital switch over deadline. The admission came…

Serbia completes DSO ahead of schedule

Serbia has successfully completed its digital switchover, with 97.8 per cent of the population covered by the DTT signal. The process was completed ten days before the original target date…

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