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Netflix is Laying Off 150 Employees

According to news that was first published by Variety, Netflix is laying off 150 employees including contractors, after an unsatisfying revenue report. An unnamed source also confirmed to The Verge that the cuts include at least 26 contractors working on...

IT News Africa: Top Stories of the week

It's been another insightful week in the world of tech. From new innovations and digital transformation, growing economies to emerging startups, here is a round up of some of the popular stories for the week. Here is a round up...

Zantel launches mobile TV services

Mobile operator Zantel is hoping that the launch of a new mobile streaming television service will entice new customers as well as offer more options to existing users. The Tanzanian operator revealed that it is launching Zuninga Television in order to “provide...

Nigeria gets drifta mobile TV

Digital pay TV company, DStv, has introduced Drifta, a mobile TV decoder to its Nigerian subscribers. The Drifta is a mobile TV decoder that receives a DVB-H signal and converts to a Wi-Fi signal for Wi-Fi enabled viewing devices such...

Kenya: Tune in to mobile TV

Safaricom and DStv have partnered and launched a new service that will offer subscribers satellite television on their mobile handsets. The partnership would allow over 800,000 subscribers on the mobile network to tune into televised content using their 3G enabled...

Has Mobile TV lost the plot?

The rapid adoption of smartphone technology offers many new opportunities for the consumption of new media forms. Mobile TV is one of those promising market for broadcasters to capitalize on, but there are still significant barriers to making mobile television...

MultiChoice, E.tv get mobile TV licences

THE Independent Communication Authority of South Africa (ICASA) on Friday said it had issued mobile TV licences to E.tv and MultiChoice, while several other applicants had been unsuccessful. ICASA received applications from four media houses wishing to operate mobile TV...

Telkom Kenya to roll out mobile video service

Telkom Kenya Chief Executive Mickael Ghossein announced today that Orange mobile subscribers are now able to watch digital television programs on their phones, reports Kenya’s Broadcasting Corporation. This comes in response to demand from consumers for more value added...

Icasa’s deadline for mobile TV license contested

The South African Mobile TV Consortium has objected to the May 7 deadline placed by The Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa), claiming the time given is not sufficient for final applications. Icasa has given interested operators three weeks to...

Icasa speeds mobile-TV operators’ licensing

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa), which regulates broadcast and telecoms in the country, plans to issue mobile-TV licenses before June, in time for the Soccer World Cup tournament. The regulator aims to speed up the process, as...
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Tech Company Expands its Footprint in Saudi Arabia

LTIMindtree, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, has announced the inauguration of its regional headquarters in Riyadh,...
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