The third edition of Digital Dialogue took place in
For the global broadcasting world, there is a frenzy of activities at present as various governments and stakeholders continue to educate, inform and create awareness about the digital migration, movement from analogue to digital television broadcasting.
This is because all countries with the exception of a couple of territories are scheduled to complete the migration from analogue to digital television broadcasting by
Digital broadcasting is based on the use of digital transmission technologies such as DVB-T and video and audio compression technologies such as MPEG 2/4.
Experts explain that digital services are carried on a multiplex, which can carry many television and radio services in the same frequency channel as one analogue television service. Up till now, television broadcast services are transmitted on the VHF (Band III) and UHF band (Bands IV and V) throughout
The use of these bands is governed by international agreements under the
One of such awareness campaigns was the
At the event, which had in attendance editors of select media organisations across
Some of the panelists included a director in the
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