Migration from analogue TV to digital TV broadcast
Following migration to the digital platform, rapid growth in the TV broadcast industry has been witnessed. Already there are 65 Free to air TV stations in the country. The progress of digital migration is 80% complete. Out of 20 Transmitters that have been delivered, 10 have been installed and are on air at: Lamu, Kitui, MbuiNzau (Makueni) Namanga (Kajiado) , wajir, Nyamninia (Siaya), Vuria (TaitaTavetta), Nyadundo (Nyandarua), Nyambene, (Embu/Meru/Isiolo), Webuye, Londiani,. There are ten more which have been installed [...]
Migration from Medium Wave to FM radio Transmission-KBC
The programme is on-going and it is 50% complete. The following stations have been installed and commissioned: Limuru, Timboroa, Kapenguria,Kisii, Nyamninia (Yala), Vuria, Malindi, Lamu, Garsen, Nyambene, Kitui, Garissa, Kisumu, Nyeri, Mazeras, Kapsimotwo and Nyadundo Migration to FM radio transmission is expected to contribute to sector development and growth, increased access to information that will lead to improved education and health services and promotion of local cultural heritage.
Communication strategy for migration of Kenyans from the analogue to the digital broadcasting platforms
Communication strategy for migration of Kenyans from the analogue to the digital broadcasting platforms The Digital Television Committee (DTC) in July 2013 reconstituted the Consumer Awareness Sub-committee. The Committee was tasked with the mandate of providing the DTC with the strategic advice on the required education and awareness activities on the digital migration process in Kenya. The mandate of the subcommittee was accentuated by the announcement of the Analogue Switch Off (ASO) dates in three phases namely: Nairobi: [...]