DTT: Digital migration in Africa (excel summary- Feb 2017)
Document type: Report
Publication date: 15 February 2017
Number of pages: excel tables only
DTT in Africa - State of play of the migration to digital terrestrial TV by country
(Please refer to the main DTT report for more details).
This report required interviews with over 100 DTT and broadcast experts in and outside of Africa over the past 7 years.
Excel tables only
These report's files seize a growing and emerging TV content distribution channel across Africa.
Report's Key data:
Feb. 2017 update:
- DTT state of play by country in Africa: 1) ASO, 2) DTT launch, 3) pilot, 4) regulation and/or DTT commission set up, 5) no action
- DTT commissions, DTT players and decision makers, DTT contact details where available
- List of costs to consider when deploying DTT
- 5 option to finance DTT deployment
- DTT infrastructure deployment cost examples for 18 selected countries
- Number of DTT (Digital Terrestrial TV) connected households in Africa by country (2015 est.)
- Number of African TV channels by country - List of TV channels in Africa by country- FTA and pay TV - 2017 update
- Number of TV households in Africa by country (2017 est.)
- List of key players in the African DTT sector by country - contact names
- TNT Africa, GOtv, StarTime data by country - subscriber numbers, list of bouquets and pricing where available (2013 data)
- Internet users penetration by country
- List of almost 100 companies involved in the DTT ecosystem (contact directory)
Who should read this report?
African regulators, DTT carriers, DTT commissions, African ministries of communications, African governments, development agencies, investors, business angles, venture capitalists, private equity players, corporate finance, DTT STB vendors, large audiovisual content producers, digital equipment installers and resellers, large TV and radio broadcasters, broadcast integrators, electricity suppliers, digital services suppliers.
Why should you read this report?
The report excel files will save research time, travel and strategic costs and investment and is essential reading for anyone involved, or planning to engage in the African DTT sector. Anyone trying to identify where/who the existing and upcoming DTT players are in Africa will find the answer in this piece of research. These files are part of standard market intelligence for DTT professionals and for TV broadcasters in the region. It took two research anaysts 8 months to produce this report.
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ITU - 17 June 2015 update:
To clarify further, analogue assignments in the VHF band have also been deleted today for all countries, except Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Jordan, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone, Somali, Sudan, Syria, Togo, Tunisia, Yemen which have a deadline until 17 June 2020 to switch off analogue VHF signals.
Main authors: Sylvain Béletre | Russell Southwood
Tags: digital migration africa, DTT, transition numérique Afrique, TNT Afrique.
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