Radio and television in Africa as a whole
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- Youssou Ndour Joins Effort To Spread
- allAfrica.com, 17 November 2000. World-famous Senegalese
Mbalax star Youssou Ndour on Friday promised to work with
a Senegalese company, Comptoire Commercial Bara Mboup
(CCBM), to market WorldSpace digital receivers in West
Africa and Europe.
- Pan-African TV Network To Deliver To 250M
- By Samuel Famakinwa, This Day (Lagos), 18
January 2001. With the number of South African-based FMCG
companies moving into the rest of Africa, the launch of
ABN (African Broadcast Network) which promises to deliver
to 250 million consumers when launched in an initial seven
African countries, will come as a blessing to marketers
looking to expand and sell their products in Africa.
- Reinventing African Heritage
- By Sony Neme, This Day (Lagos), 20 July
2001. South Africa-based Shola Ajay—broadcaster,
broadcast technologist and businessman—has gone into
partnership with EMS, South Africa in providing investment
in radio and television projects across the continent.
- Remote networking with high-frequency (HF)
radio and Dan Bernstein's qmail
- By Wayne Marshall, Linux Magazine, November
2002. In the interior of Guinea, field personnel in widely
scattered village-towns now enjoy access to regular
internet e-mail. Here we have bridged the digital divide,
by moving the mail by high-frequency (HF) radio.