Does CBC/Radio-Canada’s new strategy represent a turning point in reshaping Public Service Broadcasting in the digital era?
A roundup of developments in the occasionally unpredictable world of digital transition in Africa
Africa’s SADC set the last day of 2013 as the date to start switching on digital TV and retiring analogue infrastructure
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With digital radio listening at 35 per cent, the communications minister says the UK is not ready to turn off FM
One of the first countries to broadcast digital TV will complete its switchover by the end of this year
The government has postponed the date for the beginning of analogue TV switch-off to June 2014, following a successful petition by the Media Owners Association, which opposed the original deadline as unfeasible and said that not all the stakeholders were […]
Will standalone radios become a thing of the past? And is radio staying in tune with other devices?
Tonga Broadcasting Commission’s chief engineer went on a successful fact-finding and supplier-shopping mission to this year’s IBC through our bursary
Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation’s principal engineer went on a successful fact-finding and supplier-shopping mission to this year’s IBC through our bursary
From DTT standards to multiplatforming, the region’s TV and radio networks met to talk about the challenges and opportunities of digital