SABC future tied to failed migration

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The SABC is frustrated that government policy and regulations have tied its future to the flailing digital terrestrial television (DTT) migration project that has all but collapsed.
The SABC is frustrated that government policy and regulations have tied its future to the flailing digital terrestrial television (DTT) migration project that has all but collapsed.

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The SABC is frustrated that government policy and regulations have tied its future to the flailing digital terrestrial television (DTT) migration project that has all but collapsed, while other options exist where competitors such as Netflix, Showmax are spreading their reach.

The public broadcaster’s plea is contained in a presentation that was supposed to be debated before Parliament’s portfolio committee on communications in July, but didn’t because the MPs felt the issues between the SABC and the department of communications and digital technologies required special attention.

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