Digital switchover in Nigeria hits another speed bump

Nigeria’s journey towards digital transition has faltered once more after missing another deadline. But the country aims to continue steps towards a digital future with a slower, phased switchover.

Innovative State TV channel lands in Cuba

Cuba’s latest television channel breaks away from tradition with different formats, young staff and a ‘revolutionary’ agenda.

Zambian government to award 60% share in ZNBC to China’s TopStar

Zambia’s government refuses to back down on a decision to award 60% share in the national broadcaster, despite a public outcry and rebukes from the opposition.

No extension for analogue TV signal in India

The deadline to switch over from analogue to digital signal TV in India will not be extended any further, says the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

Radio still paves the way for music discovery in Canada

Despite the rise of online streaming music platforms, a survey suggests radio is still the predominant media for finding new music in Canada.

Digitisation of media is shifting TV habits in UK

A new research by Ofcom indicates that time spent watching TV is declining, especially among young people, but public service broadcasting still remains satisfying for most people.

Canada’s public broadcaster unveils plan to ‘reimagine’ PSB

Does CBC/Radio-Canada’s new strategy represent a turning point in reshaping Public Service Broadcasting in the digital era?