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The Transition From Analogue To Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting In Nigeria
Presentation Slide

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The Transition From Analogue To Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting In Nigeria
Presentation Slide

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The document “The Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting in Nigeria” by DigiTeam, from 2015, and – presented by Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) – addresses Nigeria’s journey in transitioning from analogue to digital broadcasting. It outlines the policy decisions, challenges, and strategies involved in this significant shift.

The document highlights Nigeria’s alignment with the International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) resolutions, the establishment of infrastructural and regulatory frameworks, and the efforts to meet international deadlines for digital switchover.

Some key points from the resource include:

● Nigeria’s compliance with ITU resolutions for digital broadcasting.
● Governmental policies facilitating the digital transition.
● Hurdles faced during the digital migration process.
● Establishment of necessary infrastructure for digital broadcasting.
● Setting up a regulatory environment for the digital ecosystem.
● Efforts to meet the ITU-mandated switchover deadlines.
● Cooperation with ECOWAS and other international entities.

Resource Type: Presentation Slide

Author:  DigiTeam

Year Sourced: 2015
Year Published To BMA: 2015

BMA Tags / Metadata

Digital Switchover
ITU Compliance
Broadcasting Policy
Digital Infrastructure
Nigerian Broadcasting Transition