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Second half of 2009? That would be almost two years after they "won" their licence from ICASA. Why can't they do it quicker? Initial talk was that those four companies would start operations by the second half of THIS year. By the time everyone starts offering services, DStv would have locked down the market for subscribers and content leaving the new players with little to choose from.
Pay-TV newcomer On Digital Media (ODM) announced on Monday that it had received its broadcast licence, paving the way to go on air in the second half of 2009.
"ODM management are engaged in advanced negotiations with numerous content and technical service providers which they could not conclude until the pay-TV broadcast licence was issued.
One year. Haven't ODM learnt from the post office's Amazon debacle.Pay-TV newcomer On Digital Media (ODM) announced on Monday that it had received its broadcast licence.
An to crown it all, ODM will be using a satellite over the atlantic, which means a dish aligned for DSTV will not be usable. Switching will entail either repositioning of an exising dish, or a second dish......