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SES increases reach in Nigeria to over 11 million TV homes

SES has announced that it has increased its technical reach in Nigeria to over 11 million TV homes in 2017, up from 3 million in 2015, according to Satellite Monitor, a market study commissioned by SES that provides insights...

How television has evolved

The very first electronic television was invented by Philo Taylor Farnsworth, who lived in a home without electricity until the age of 14. The first image he transmitted was a line, but he later managed to transmit a dollar...

Study: Internet consumption is a mobile affair in South Africa

Google launched the 2017 Connected Consumer Study on 20 November 2017. This year’s study researched how online behaviour has changed, compared TV and online video consumption habits, how mobile usage has evolved over time, and, finally, what the future...

Kwesé TV Partner With MTN Ghana To Expand Mobile Offering

Econet Media’s Kwesé TV and MTN Ghana have announced that the two will be entering into a partnership. The partnership will see Kwesé TV facilitate the delivery of video content to MTN's mobile customers. Kwesé will make use of...

Nigeria: Digital Switchover in progress

According to The Vanguard the move from analogue to digital has been in progress since April 2016 for Nigeria. The Federal Government launched the pilot phase in Jos, where the country's first TV station was launched many years ago. The switchover from...

Tanzania: TCRA says only 3 regions left to go digital

The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) director general, John Nkoma, has revealed that only three regions still need to switch to digital. Nkoma added that the remaining three regions would go fully digital by March 2014. Nkoma also revealed that...

Tanzania set to switch to digital TV by 2015

Tanzania is expected to complete its migration from analogue to digital TV broadcasting by June 2015. ICT Minister, Makame Mbarawa, told the ITU 2014 Plenipotentiary Conference that digital broadcasting covered 70 percent of the country. Mbarawa was also insistent...

SES launches digital TV platform for West Africa

SES and service provider Computer Warehouse Group have unveiled the launch of a new digital TV platform that is aimed at West African audiences. The TV platform in Nigeria will be the country’s first free-to-air (FTA) DTH digital TV platform...

Nairobi to go fully digital on Dec 13

Capital FM reports that Francis Wangusi, Director General of the Communication Commission of Kenya (CCK), has confirmed Nairobi will move over to a fully digital TV broadcast environment on 13 December this year. The move is said to be...

Interview: Seemahale brings Cloud TV to Africa

Seemahale Telecoms is an authorised Nangu TV reseller in Africa, which gives the company the rights to resell Internet Protocol (IP) television solutions to telecommunications companies as well as broadcasters on the continent. “Nangu TV is an interactive TV and...
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South Africa’s Top 5 FinTech Startups and Their Funding

There are 1,315 FinTech startups in South Africa. This is according to Tracxn, a company that does research, in-depth coverage...
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