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Deadline for digital TV switch ‘to stay’

07 December 2012, 10:33

Nairobi - The deadline for switching off analogue television transmissions in Nairobi will not be extended, Information PS Bitange Ndemo has said.

According to Daily Nation, residents in the region are expected to shift to the digital television platform by the end of this month as the government begins to comply with its resolution to effect digital migration in phases.

This is despite the fact that current statistics show that only 20 per cent of Nairobi residents have television sets with capacity to receive digital signals. 

- For more details visit Daily Nation


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