Cape Verde orders switch off illegal TV transmitters

Thursday 5 August 2021 | 17:01 CET | News
An official source from Cape Verde's Multisectoral Economic Regulatory Agency (ARME) told Lusa that is has identified around 40 analogue TV transmitters belonging to municipal councils, that were operating irregularly in the second half of 2020 and early 2021. In a circular letter addressed to the 22 municipalities of Cabo Verde, ARME set a deadline of 15 August for the switch-off of free-to-air channels, in compliance with legislation that came into force in August 2015.

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