Mozambique announces migration to digital broadcasting
Migration is being undertaken through a US$156-million fund from China.Michael Malakata
Zambia: TopStar moves to quell continuity concerns
Executives respond to ongoing speculation in the market about financial struggles and difficulty in repaying digital migration loan.
Zambia: Will digital migration project cost president his job?
Opposition parties gun for country's leader over controversial digital migration project.
Zambia's govt under pressure to explain StarTimes contract
Civil society organisation demands answers from authorities on single-source approach and breakdown of US$273m loan.
Corruption allegations cloud Zambia's digital migration
President accused of manipulating process to personally benefit.
Kenya's media accused of bias
The Media Council of Kenya has branded coverage of digital migration biased in favour of media stations.
IROKOtv joins forces with StarTimes
The Nollywood streaming service expands into Africa's pay-TV market.
StarTimes to expand services in Africa
StarTimes has partnered with ALi to drive expansion plans on the continent.
Kenya's digital carriers avoid broadcasting brawl
Why Zuku, among others, remains untouched in East African country's ongoing digital migration wars.
Broadcasters battle over Kenya’s airwaves
Local broadcasters warn of infringement by digital broadcasters.
StarTimes denies illegally hijacking Kenya’s world cup ‘signal’
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) has subsequently sued the pay-TV provider.
StarTimes accused of ‘hijacking’ Kenya’s world cup signal
Consumers Federation of Kenya (Cofek) alleges foul play as KBC broadcast disappears.