Kenya: Nairobi poised for analogue migration

From Mon Dec 3 2012, 04:32:15

The Star reports from Nairobi that 31 December is the stipulated deadline for the region's switch from an analogue television signal to digital. Citizens are required to use set-top-boxes to acquire the free digital signal and failure to do so will render their TV set useless from 01 January 2013. Kenya's Information PS, Bitange Ndemo, [...]

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