The government has extended the date for states to complete digitisation of all beneficiaries under the Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) by one year. It is reported to have told them that if the strict deadline of December 31, 2015, is not ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago
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ZIMBABWE will likely miss the June 17 International Telecommunications Union (ITU) deadline to migrate from analogue to digital television broadcasting, media analysts have warned. With only about three weeks left before the deadline, there are ...AllAfrica.com, 5 days ago ZTV blackout looms Shortwave IT!, 4 days ago ZTV blackout looms - ZIMBABWE will likely miss the June 17 Internation Bulawayo24 News, 4 days ago Digitisation Shortwave IT!, 5 days ago
As the June deadline for the migration from analogue to Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting approaches, the Director General, National Broadcasting Commission, Mr. Emeka Mba has warned that Nigeria would risk cutting off about 80 per cent of its ...MetroTell.ng, 1 week ago Mitigating consequence of missing digital transition deadline The Guardian Nigeria, 1 week ago In the Data Era, Theater Marketers Can No Longer Act Like Digital Understudies 9ija News.com, 2 weeks ago NBC says June digitisation deadline not feasible, grants 12 radio licences Nigerian Voice, 2 weeks ago
As the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), announces a fresh 18-month deadline for transition from analogue to digital broadcasting, stakeholders believe it is another opportunity for the Federal Government to step up efforts aimed at meeting ...Nigeria Daily Independent, 1 week ago
via NewsDay Zimbabwe May 14, 2015 THE government risks failing to meet the International Telecommunications Union June 17 digitisation deadline as evidence emerges that Zimbabwe was still to flight a multi-million dollar tender for the top boxes ...ZimbabweSituation.com, 2 weeks ago Zim On Track to Meet Digitisation Deadline - Baz AllAfrica.com, 2 months ago HUAWEI TECHNOLOGY : Zim On Track to Meet Digitisation Deadline - Baz 4 Traders, 2 months ago
Director-General of the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), Mr Emeka Mba, has extended the switch over from analogue to digital broadcasting by 18 months. The broadcasting regulatory body had already assured that the June 2015 deadline set by ...Channels TV Nigeria, 2 weeks ago Nigeria switching from analogue to digital broadcasting in television and radio Oxford Business Group, 1 week ago Nigeria Not in a Hurry to Switch from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting This Day Online, 2 weeks ago Nigeria and June 30 Deadline for TV Digital Switchover NigeriaCommunicationsWeek, 2 weeks ago
Essel Group's DTH business-Dish TV-is finally profitable after struggling for over 11 years, helped by the postponement of the Phase-three and Phase-four digitisation plans of the cable industry. The Rs 2,781 crore company reported a profit of Rs ...Business Today India, 2 days ago Dish TV's looking good with price hikes, digitisation Economic Times, 1 month ago Dish TV’s looking good with price hikes Economic Times, 1 month ago
/ PRN Africa / -- Currently Zimbabwe is gearing itself up for two significant developments in the broadcasting industry - the announcement of the successful local commercial licence applicants submitted to the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe ...Mbendi, 6 days ago Local Content Production Support - Critical As We Gear Up for Digitisation [opinion] Individual.com, 4 days ago Zimbabwe: Local Content Production Support - Critical As We Gear Up for Digitisation AllAfrica.com, 4 days ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Households to get printouts of caste census details The State government has decided to give a print out to all households on the details given by them to enumerators during the Social and Educational ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Deadline extended again for caste census in BBMP limits Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- Operators are paid one rupee and 50 paise for digitising the data of one individual, and each of them on an average digitises data of 300 persons, say officials.— Photo: M.A. Sriram We need at least 250 ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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