The Broadcasting Digital Migration Policies of South Africa
South Africa has started with the process of migrating broadcasting digital-television1signals from analogue to digital. Broadcasting digital migration simply defined means the migration of the broadcasting services from analogue broadcasting technology to digital technologies.
The primary objective of digital migration is to clear the radio frequency spectrum currently occupied by broadcasters to enable the provision of wireless mobile broadband services and other innovative applications.
Below are some of the key policies that are being implemented to shape our digital future.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
SOS Submission – Additional Comments – ICASA – Ownership and Control – 28 May 2010Download Document
Presentation ICASA Workshop – The Proposed ICASA Amendment Bill – Kate Skinner – 25 August 2010Download Document
Presentation ICASA Workshop – The Toothless Regulator – Prinola Govenden – 25 September 2010Download Document
DIGITAL MIGRATION SUBMISSIONS
DIGITAL MIGRATION RESEARCH
Libby Lloyd – Digital Migration in SA – Presentation to SOS workshop – October 2008Download Document
Libby Lloyd – Digital Terrestrial Television – Presentation to SOS workshop – 23 April 2010Download Document