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Malaysia delays DSO

Despite making good progress with potential digital TV reception (some 85 per cent of the audience covered) Malaysia says it will delay switching off its analogue TV transmissions. “This is…

South Africa commits to DSO by June 2019

The headline should also say ‘again’ such are the frequent promises made by a succession of South African politicians with regards to adopting digital terrestrial TV. However, this time the…

Nigeria launches next phases of DSO with Inview

Nigeria launches next phases of DSO with Inview

The Digital Switchover in Nigeria, known as ‘Free TV’ has continued its roll out across the nation by successfully launching in Kwara and Kaduna states. The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC)…

US coalition aims to eliminate digital divide

US coalition aims to eliminate digital divide

Rallying around a plan to eliminate the digital divide by 2022, a diverse group of community leaders, rural advocates and top innovators have launched of Connect Americans Now. The new…

SES welcomes ECJ ruling on Spanish DTT

SES welcomes ECJ ruling on Spanish DTT

SES has welcomed victory in five out of six appeals at the European Union’s Court of Justice which examined earlier verdicts and judgements which favoured the Kingdom of Spain, two…

South Africa ASO now June 2019

South Africa ASO now June 2019

The African National Congress (ANC) conference has given government until June 2019 to complete the migration from analogue to digital broadcast technology. The initial deadline, as determined by the International…

Study: Scope for UHF ‘defragmentation dividend’

Study: Scope for UHF ‘defragmentation dividend’

Digital UK, the body responsible for supporting DTT in the UK, has published a study, The defragmentation dividend – A more efficient use of the UHF band, which outlines options…

Cape Verde completes first phase of DTT project

Cape Verde completes first phase of DTT project

Cape Verde has completed the first phase of the implementation of the DTT project. According to the National Communications Authority (ANAC), four islands (Santiago, Maio, Sal and São Vicente) are…

Ecuador DSO date slips

The telecommunications ministry (Mintel) in Ecuador has abandoned plans to switch off its analogue TV broadcasting, originally planned for this month. Mintel says that adoption of DTT is not now…

‘Pull the analogue plug tonight’ India’s MSOs warned

India’s Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) has issued a tough and uncompromising warning to the few ‘Phase IV’ cable operators that they must switch off their analogue transmissions by…

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