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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 6:56am On Apr 12
Like seriously? So Lagos is still using analogue angry
Even RSTV channel 22, Port Harcourt has been on digital broadcasting since God knows when.






This country no balance...

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by LoudLord(m): 6:57am On Apr 12
We move
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by yusluvad(m): 6:57am On Apr 12
Nice one, even though it's coming late...
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by 1Alex: 6:57am On Apr 12
2shaw:
Same tin with dstv,we are tired of analog,we need digital with broadband attached to it,not having digital,then we go still dey battle data. If they make it 3k for 40gb naija don better be that. Useless development,countries wey don go digital since 1999.
so dstv is analogue?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Jamersirwin1971: 6:58am On Apr 12
You read some news from Nigeria and I laugh, while a country as small has Ghana , switched more than 5 years ago .. May God help us
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Gsentme(m): 6:59am On Apr 12
Nice one.

Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 6:59am On Apr 12
Unrated900:
Nothing to be happy about
Ghana has been runing this years back
So this is a backward development


So you think Lagos alone is Nigeria? Quite obvious many here know only Lagos. Digital broadcasting has been on in some states of the nation for years now. Lagos is just catching up.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 6:59am On Apr 12
1Alex:
so dstv is analogue?


You have time replying some people. Ignorance is bliss...
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by lexy2014: 7:00am On Apr 12
PlsBanMe:


Nigeria has been using hy for years too.
But only in some parts.
You and I know that Nigeria is a much bigger country than little Ghana.

What has Nigerias size got to do with it being backward?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by 2shaw: 7:01am On Apr 12
Digital uses Internet,analog uses cable. Abi Netflix get dish with decoder
1Alex:
so dstv is analogue?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by fridayakpos: 7:02am On Apr 12
hope nta go follow use digital cus i dn tire for that black and wite
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Duplexxx: 7:02am On Apr 12
Na when
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 7:02am On Apr 12
lexy2014:


What has Nigerias size got to do with it being backward?


Nigeria is not backward, but Nigerians are backward. Many don't even know that some state owned TV channels in the country are already on digital for years now. Most don't know nothing beyond Lagos.
Its indeed a pity.

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by bmdmix3: 7:04am On Apr 12
NTA WILL STILL LOOK LIKE TRASH EVEN IF NAH 8K DIGITAL
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Patrioticbreed9(m): 7:05am On Apr 12
what about abuja? or is it the same with free tv ?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Alejoas(f): 7:05am On Apr 12
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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by lexy2014: 7:06am On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:



Nigeria is not backward, but Nigerians are backward. Many don't even know that some state owned TV channels in the country are already on digital for years now. Most don't know nothing beyond Lagos.
Its indeed a pity.

So how is nigeria not backward, yet nigerians are backward?

What has Nigerias size got to do with it being backward?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 7:06am On Apr 12
Jamersirwin1971:
You read some news from Nigeria and I laugh, while a country as small has Ghana , switched more than 5 years ago .. May God help us


Did every broadcasting station/cooperation in Ghana switch at thesame time? Note that this is Lagos, not the whole of Nigeria. Educate yourself before acting smart.

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by drololaaof: 7:07am On Apr 12
Good but will the TV channels be viewed without subscription? You cannot view Channels ,AIT ,TVC etc without subscription now
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Drsnives(m): 7:08am On Apr 12
growtogeda:
Ghana has been using digital TV since 2014

Tell them make them hear
No difference bwn we and our leaders self, celebrating mediocrity is our slogan
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 7:08am On Apr 12
lexy2014:


So how is nigeria not backward, yet nigerians are backward?

What has Nigerias size got to do with it being backward?


Good questions. Nigerians are backward because most Nigerians know nothing beyond Lagos. They always feel everything starts and ends in Lagos. Thats the backwardness I'm talking about. Most government owned broadcasting cooperations in other states are already digital. Some private owned stations are already digital, so I see nothing to be happy about when Lagos is joining the party late.

I hope you get the point.

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Patrioticbreed9(m): 7:10am On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:
Like seriously? So Lagos is still using analogue angry
Even RSTV channel 22, Port Harcourt has been on digital broadcasting since God knows when.






This country no balance...

it's not about the channels bruv! neither is is about brodcast transmision, what they ment is analog(anthena tv) & digital(cables like dstv,startimes etc) abuja swictched to digital 2015 with the FREE tv a on payment decorder.
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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 7:12am On Apr 12
growtogeda:
Ghana has been using digital TV since 2014


And you think this is the first broadcasting cooperation that's going digital in Nigeria?

Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Patrioticbreed9(m): 7:13am On Apr 12
Jamersirwin1971:
You read some news from Nigeria and I laugh, while a country as small has Ghana , switched more than 5 years ago .. May God help us

multi tv right ? all those nana agradalistic channels., awon cho-cho soap & cho-cho tea watchers
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by ogododo: 7:13am On Apr 12
Mynd44:
https://twitter.com/toluogunlesi/status/1381336367041548299
You for say NTA to switch to digital, not Lagos.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AwkaFinest: 7:14am On Apr 12
Patrioticbreed9:

it's not about the channels bruv! neither is is about brodcast transmision, what they ment is analog(anthena tv) & digital(cables like dstv,startimes etc) abuja swictched to digital 2015 with the FREE tv a on payment decorder.


That station i put there is also on free TV on payment decoder.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by lexy2014: 7:15am On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:



Good questions. Nigerians are backward because most Nigerians know nothing beyond Lagos. They always feel everything starts and ends in Lagos. Thats the backwardness I'm talking about. Most government owned broadcasting cooperations in other states are already digital. Some private owned stations are already digital, so I see nothing to be happy about when Lagos is joining the party late.

I hope you get the point.

So how is nigeria not backward, yet nigerians are backward?

What has Nigerias size got to do with it being backward?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by ogododo: 7:15am On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:



Good questions. Nigerians are backward because most Nigerians know nothing beyond Lagos. They always feel everything starts and ends in Lagos. Thats the backwardness I'm talking about. Most government owned broadcasting cooperations in other states are already digital. Some private owned stations are already digital, so I see nothing to be happy about when Lagos is joining the party late.

I hope you get the point.

God bless your male and pale!
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by aviona: 7:16am On Apr 12
Patrioticbreed9:
what about abuja? or is it the same with free tv ?

I remember Abuja and Jos switched over to digital since 2016 or so.

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