Portugal: Digital TV Controversy

The process of implementing Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Portugal, which has replaced the traditional television transmission signal since April 2012, has brought the population countless problems and

Digital Broadcast Migration in West Africa: Getting the most out of the transition

In Digital Broadcast Migration in West Africa: Getting the most out of the transition Russel Southwood covers the challenges and the benefits of the transition, including indirect effects such as universal access to television and encouraging local content.

Senegal: Switching from analogue to digital TV signal

With the transition from analogue to digital, Senegalese audiovisual media should be prepared to make more local content, the Senegalese Minister of Communication and Telecommunication, Moustapha Guirassy said in Daka.With the digital transition deadline set for June 2015 for the whole of Africa,

Kenya: Communications Commission Seeks More Signal Supply Firms

The government is searching for two more digital television signal distributors in its renewed effort to speed up migration from analogue to digital broadcast ahead of Kenya's 2012 switchover deadline."As part of the wider government objective of ensuring a smooth transition from analogue to digi

Switchover to the Digital Dividend - The European Audiovisual Observatory publishes new IRIS plus report

On Friday 17 December 2010, European Commission Vice-President for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes urged the EU's Council of Telecoms Ministers to boost Internet access in Europe by agreeing to the Commission's September proposal to make spectrum available for wireless broadband by 2013.