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Feb 6, 2012

Mybroadband – Sentech’s digital TV groundhog day – 6 Feb 2012

Minister of Communications Dina Pule said that state-owned signal distributor Sentech is expected to cover more than 60% of South Africa’s population for digital terrestrial television […]
Feb 17, 2012

OUR SABC: A review of South African Broadcasting Issues – 17 Feb 2012

OUR SABC is an SOS initiative. It is a newsletter that tables and debates Public broadcasting issues. The newsletter hopes to not only encourage debate but […]
Feb 17, 2012

OUR SABC: A review of South African Broadcasting Issues – 17 Feb 2012

OUR SABC is an SOS initiative. It is a newsletter that tables and debates Public broadcasting issues. The newsletter hopes to not only encourage debate but […]
Feb 24, 2012

OUR SABC: A review of South African Broadcasting Issues – 24 Feb 2012

According to Robert McChesney public broadcasting is supposed to mean “that they’re doing something in their broadcasting they would not do if they were simply out […]
Feb 29, 2012

Screen Africa – Pre-emptive Electronic Comms Amendment? – 29 Feb. 2012

The SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition is of the view that it doesn’t make sense for the Department of Communications (DoC)  to be tabling the Electronic […]
Mar 1, 2012

Screen Africa – Pre-emptive Electronic Comms Amendment? – 29 Feb. 2012

The SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition is of the view that it doesn’t make sense for the Department of Communications (DoC)  to be tabling the Electronic […]
Mar 19, 2012

OUR SABC A review of South African broadcasting issues – 19 March 2012

Despite the current challenges the SABC faces, we should not undermine the possibilities of it becoming one of the greatest public broadcasters Africa has ever seen. […]
Jun 25, 2012

Video: Supporting Public Broadcasting – What Does This Actually Mean?

Sep 22, 2014
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ICASA 2014 South African Local Content Discussion Meeting for Independent TV Production Industry

Now is the time for your voice to be heard and secure the future of the SA TV production Industry for years to come! Stop crying […]