As West Africa’s fifteen countries migrate to digital TV by 2015, the people responsible for the change-over in Ghana have been struggling to determine which technology to use. Meanwhile the process hasn’t developed much and most Ghanaians have not been informed of this upcoming migration, says the author of new research carried out for APC.
The Ghana analog to digital migration workshop brought together almost 40 key stakeholders from the different sectors and provided them with key information of the mandated migration and educated them of the urgency, consequences, cost and strategies that could be taken during this initiative.
Ghana’s migration from analogue to digital TV broadcasting is to comply with the GE-06 Agreement to meet the 2015 deadline set by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). This migration is the largest initiative to impact the Ghana TV broadcasting since the conversion from black and white to color TV in the 1980’s. But the migration will not just be something that affects broadc...