World Broadcasting groups unite to protect TV spectrum

The battle for spectrum is on, as broadcast unions stand together to oppose ceding TV’s dedicated frequencies to mobile web use

Namibian broadcaster busts myths on Africa, digital & China

We are grateful to all the speakers and delegates at #CBAGlasgow for providing great food for thought during the conference. Here are highlights from one of the keynotes

Cost of set-top boxes stalling Kenya’s digital migration

Research shows that while DTT switchover awareness is high, only one-third have bought STBs

Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Tanzania: switchon, switchoff

A roundup of developments in the occasionally unpredictable world of digital transition in Africa

Malawi is the only country to meet regional digital deadline

Africa’s SADC set the last day of 2013 as the date to start switching on digital TV and retiring analogue infrastructure

Australia takes analogue signal off the air

One of the first countries to broadcast digital TV will complete its switchover by the end of this year

Bright sheds light on Zambia’s digital plan at the IBC

Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation’s principal engineer went on a successful fact-finding and supplier-shopping mission to this year’s IBC through our bursary

Caribbean broadcasters spark a regional digital discourse

From DTT standards to multiplatforming, the region’s TV and radio networks met to talk about the challenges and opportunities of digital

State of the nations: digital transition in Africa

An interactive map and round-up for Commonwealth African countries and transition to digital TV