Kenyan Govt Sued Over Digital Transmission Deadline


A consumer lobby group has taken the communication ministry to court over the impending analogue switch-off.

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The Communication Commission of Kenya sued over analogue transmission switch off.

  • Kenya:  Govt to Be Taken to Court Over Switch Off

    The Star, 9 December 2012

    Consumers will take the government to court to oppose the analogue TV switch off set to take place at the end of this month. Stephen Mutoro from COFEK says the move is unfair to ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Nairobi Is Stable Enough to Switch Over to Digital TV Signal

    The Star, 6 December 2012

    Nairobi will be first city to migrate to the digital TV platform in the country. Information PS Bitange Ndemo says Nairobi has been using both digital and analogue signals since ... read more »

  • Kenya:  City's Digital Deadline Looms

    The Star, 1 December 2012

    The analogue television signal will be switched off on December 31 in Nairobi. This will be replaced by the digital signal. read more »

  • Kenya:  Digital Broadcasting As From 30th Dec

    The Star, 1 December 2012

    Nairobi residents have 30days from today to buy set- top boxes. The city will officially move to digital broadcasting from 30th December. Communication PS Bitange Ndemo says the ... read more »

  • Kenya:  CCK Has Licenced 20 Set Top Box Vendors

    The Star, 1 December 2012

    20 set top boxes vendors have been licensed by the CCK as the phased migration to digital begins in Nairobi at end of this month. Director General Francis Wangusi says when you go ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Nairobi to Make Full Digital TV Migration Dec 31

    Capital FM, 30 November 2012

    Kenyans in Nairobi will have to purchase a set top box by December 31 if they want to view any form of television programming, as the government hastens the digital migration ... read more »

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