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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by aviationguy(m): 9:29am On Apr 12
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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Memberclub(m): 9:30am On Apr 12
Unrated900:
Nothing to be happy about
Ghana has been runing this years back
So this is a backward development
stfu
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Memberclub(m): 9:31am 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
lagos state can't you read
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by berbs: 9:37am On Apr 12
Omihanifa:
There's nothing exciting about this news because even the so called free tv by NBC is trash undecided

The picture quality is so low, the channels don't have any meaningful content that can make viewers stay glued to their TVs and above it all the customer service is so useless when it comes to solving complaints.

Out of excitement I purchased the decoder and paid the 1500 yearly digital Access fee only for me to discover that the whole thing is overrated

Oga, FreeTV is different oooo. Let's see how this goes.

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by showafrica(m): 9:40am On Apr 12
2shaw:
Na by company,the issue is ,light no dey and for the signal no go dey. Simple

Signal will be through dstv dish, so e no concern nepa.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Vaughanlanrewaj: 9:56am On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:



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.
Don't mind them . There are 2 types of digital switch over. There's UHF and VHF, they have spent years on UHF and yet to complete the VHF despite being a small country.
The true fact is that it was a global agreement and timelines mutually set and agreed upon.
For large markets like ours, the process may not come without the challenges a small country like Ghana or Togo or Benin will face.

https://digitalghana.org/about-us/what-you-need-to-know/

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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by seangy4konji: 9:59am On Apr 12
in 2021...They still need to be told....Kwantinue...
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by henrymonro: 11:01am On Apr 12
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by ekestic1976(m): 11:07am On Apr 12
KunleyY19:
And Lai's NTA needs Billions of naira for something like this.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by OmoJubrila: 11:54am On Apr 12
I swear you will not know the difference.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Jamersirwin1971: 12:51pm On Apr 12
AwkaFinest:



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.

I said news from
Nigeria. And Lagos state is in Nigeria . And yes they all switched the same time . Because a time frame was given . Let say , by January 2022, all stations would have to switch. They all switched before then ... my point is,as giant of Africa and big Nigeria is with the population in Lagos state , it’s in 2121 they are changing to digital... The other time also they talked about gas for cars and it was a big deal in Nigeria , and I told my brothers in Nigeria , Gas cars have been in Ghana for 10 years now ....
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by mondi2: 1:03pm On Apr 12
humm! Business men in Alaba market over to you
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by AustinTexas018(m): 2:18pm On Apr 12
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by meobizy(f): 2:56pm On Apr 12
This news na twice yearly since 2010.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by MkenyaMatata(m): 3:59pm On Apr 12
growtogeda:
Ghana has been using digital TV since 2014
Kenya too switched to digital TV eons ago. Feb 15th 2015 was the last day that Kenyans watched TV via analogue format. I can't believe Nigeria is still in the analogue era! It's laughable for sure, no offence! smileysmileysmiley
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by sleemoon(m): 4:42pm On Apr 12
2shaw:
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Idiot



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Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Phyde: 5:02pm On Apr 12
Lexusgs430:



No need to buy android tv box sef, just do am from your phone.......... grin
Educate a village boy please....how will i do it ?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Phyde: 5:06pm On Apr 12
POKUASI2:
They're called free to air channels Oga.
I've been using this thing in a western African country since 2015.
Do they have good sport stations showing premiership, champions league and other leagues ?
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Lexusgs430: 6:50pm On Apr 12
Phyde:

Educate a village boy please....how will i do it ?


You need only 3 things....

1 - Smartphone
2 - SmartTV
3 - WiFi connection..... Das All.... grin
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Tonnyb12(m): 8:34pm 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.
Hmmm!! Wisdom; God bless you my brother
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Unrated900(m): 6:16am On Apr 13
AwkaFinest:



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.



Fem
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Unrated900(m): 6:17am On Apr 13
AwkaFinest:



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.



Zoom there
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by pheesayor(m): 4:44am On Apr 14
Where did you purchase your decoder? I need to our chase too

Omihanifa:
There's nothing exciting about this news because even the so called free tv by NBC is trash undecided

The picture quality is so low, the channels don't have any meaningful content that can make viewers stay glued to their TVs and above it all the customer service is so useless when it comes to solving complaints.

Out of excitement I purchased the decoder and paid the 1500 yearly digital Access fee only for me to discover that the whole thing is overrated
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by edoairways: 4:25pm On Apr 17
No special as few Nigerians watch local tv. Majority watch tv shows on DStv and star times
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by edoairways: 4:28pm On Apr 17
MkenyaMatata:
Kenya too switched to digital TV eons ago. Feb 15th 2015 was the last day that Kenyans watched TV via analogue format. I can't believe Nigeria is still in the analogue era! It's laughable for sure, no offence! smileysmileysmiley
The article said Lagos not Nigeria as a whole. Other states had switched to digital broadcasting.
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by POKUASI2: 6:56am On Apr 20
Phyde:

Do they have good sport stations showing premiership, champions league and other leagues ?
no sir..
What you get are local channels but in a better picture Quality and sound..
It's not like pay TV because there's no subscription fee on this one
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Makschinchin: 5:13pm On May 02
edoairways:

The article said Lagos not Nigeria as a whole. Other states had switched to digital broadcasting.

See the way you said other states like the remaining 35 states already gone digital angry

Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by edoairways: 5:21pm On May 02
Makschinchin:


See the way you said other states like the remaining 35 states already gone digital angry
Of course they had switched however I didn't say the 35 states ☹️☹️☹️
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Justhere: 6:45pm On May 03
How far my Lagosians anyone's on digital now
Re: Lagos To Switch From Analogue To Digital TV Broadcasts By April 29 by Makschinchin: 10:22pm On May 03
edoairways:

Of course they had switched however I didn't say the 35 states ☹️☹️☹️

Okay.. How do we get the setup box na

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