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Digital video archiving – keeping up with today’s broadcast demands

  Broadcasters and video producers across the world are moving to computer-based platforms. As they do, access to any content, anytime, anywhere, is becoming a critical success factor. As growth of digital video data explodes, the introduction of digital asset...

Intelsat, SES, IFC, ITU, GSMA, ICASA, Mobile TV, Nollywood Global and many more to meet at Commonwealth Digital Broadcasting Switchover Forum 2015

The latest speaker addition to the highly anticipated Commonwealth Digital Broadcasting Switchover Forum 2015 to take place in Johannesburg on 17 – 19 February 2015. They include: - Honourable Faith Muthambi, MP, Minister of Communications, South Africa - Loren Braithwaite Kabosha,...

Exciting times ahead for local broadcasting

While connectivity in South Africa has traditionally been very expensive, prices are beginning to drop and caps are being lifted due to improved infrastructure and availability, making broadband more affordable than before. While SA trails behind most of the Western...

Globacom installs broadband in another Nigerian city

Nigerian telecom operator Globacom, has taken fixed line services on its Broadaccess network to the nation’s third largest city Ibadan. The company aims to offer voice, data transmission and internet services. Globacom will also offer broadcast TV, call centre...

New video technology showcased at broadcast event

Harmonic Inc., a leading provider of video delivery solutions for broadcast, cable, Internet, satellite and telecom operators around the world, will debut its latest solutions for multi-screen content preparation, streaming and delivery at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)...

New radio broadcast licenses to be issued in South Africa

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), which regulates the country’s telecommunications industry, said the liberalization of radio broadcasting will enhance competition in the sector and increase the benefits to consumers. This follows its publication of invitation to...

ICASA assigns new frequency to broadcaster

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has announced that it intends to categorize frequency 91.7 MHz as a commercial sound broadcasting service frequency. The frequency had not previously been included in ICASA’s frequency plan. The regulator of South...

ICASA allocates slots for election broadcasts

In anticipation of South Africa’s national and provincial elections on 22 April this year, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) which regulates the country’s telecommunications sector, will today allocate broadcast slots for party election broadcasts. In a statement,...

ICASA revises license fee draft regulations

A revised version of the Draft General License Fees Regulations has been published by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) in the country’s Government Gazette. The organization said in a statement: “The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa...

More details available on ICASA workshop

More details have emerged about the previously postponed Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) workshops on a Draft Terrestrial Broadcasting Frequency Plan for the country, to be held this week in Sandton, Johannesburg. The focus of the workshop is...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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