Tag Archives: Analogue Switch-Off

Gired, the group coordinating the implementation of digital TV in Brazil, which is integrated by telecommunications companies, TV broadcasters and regulator Anatel,  approved to postpone the analogue switch-off schedule in Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Fortaleza and the interior of Sao Paulo. The proposal must be formalized by the Minister of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications, Gilberto […]

Argentina’s state-owned telecommunications company Arsat has announced that it will conduct a pilot test of analogue switch-off in the province of Tierra del Fuego, in the south of the country. Currently, there is a DTT antenna in Ushuaia, capital of the province, and soon another one will start operating in the city of Rio Grande. […]

Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) has announced that the public broadcaster will switch off its analogue transmitter on December 15 for Windhoek region. “We do not want to switch off everyone in June (2015), it will be too much chaos. If we succeed we will tackle the other big towns,” said Aldred Dreyer, chief technology officer […]

Digital television signals in South Africa will be switched on April 1, 2014, according to the latest gazetted amendments to the Broadcasting Digital Migration Policy. The date for analogue signal switch-off has not been determined yet. According to the amendments, digital terrestrial broadcast signals will cover 84% of South Africa’s population by March 2014 while […]

MultiChoice Kenya, the parent of Pay-TV operator GOtv, has launched a campaign to assure Nairobi residents of its readiness for the analogue switch-off on December 13. “GOtv has been playing a pivotal role towards contributing to this technological transformation and in the process helping the country to achieve its set target towards the migration to […]