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CRTV launched a sports channel in Cameroon

The public broadcaster, Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV) rolled out a brand-new sports channel on Thursday June 6. The sports channel is the first of its kind in Cameroon and the sub region after the project suffered several setbacks since its conceptualization years ago. CRTV Sports and Entertainment will offer sports on the national region [...]

Crtv announces the launch of its own news channel

Cameroon Radio Television (Crtv), Cameroon’s state-owned audiovisual organization, announces the launch of its own news channel on 28 January 2018. According to Crtv CEO Charles Ndongo, January 28 is a symbolic date, in that this state-owned media was launched on January 28, 1988. The option to create a specialty channel is a decision taken since [...]

Crtv in Cameroon seeks partnerships to receive its digital TV signal

The Cameroonian public channel, Crtv, is looking for partnerships to receive its digital TV signal. To this end, the Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary (photo), created an ad hoc committee on 18 October 2017. In detail, Issa Tchiroma Bakary explains that this committee is responsible for the densification and diversification of the digital bouquet [...]

CRTV to air female CAN 2016

Partnering with StarTimes, the Chinese TV networks operator in Africa and Eutelsat Communications, Cameroon Radio Television which is the television broadcasting company in Cameroon, will be acquiring the first two high-tech vehicles namely Off Side Broadcasting Van (Obvan) so as to obtain the TV signal for broadcasting the women Cup of Nations (CAN) to be [...]

CRTV in Cameroon to create 5 new digital channels

The government broadcaster in Cameroon CRTV is the signal distributor for the transition to DTT and is taking the opportunity to re-invent itself with new local thematic channels and modern equipment. According to Balancing Act Ahmadou Djodji, Director of Transmission at CRTV, Public TV of Cameroon confirmed its roadmap for the switch to digital transition [...]