On January 1, 2015, the #DigitalMigration train left the station as Nairobi switched from analogue broadcasting despite the resistance by a few. The migration train is now set to hit up country on February 2 as Kenya moves into digital broadcasting well ahead of the June 17, 2015 global deadline.

This phase shall cover Mombasa, Malindi, Nyeri, Meru, Kisumu, Webuye, Kakamega, Kisii, Nakuru, Eldoret, Nyahururu (Nyadundo), Machakos, Narok and Loldiani (Rongai).

The third and final phase will take place on 30th March 2015 and shall cover Garissa, Kitui, Lodwar, Lokichogio, Kapenguria, Kabarnet, Migori, Voi (Vuria), Mbwinzau/Kibwezi, Namanga and all other remaining sites.

You don’t have to buy a new TV in order to receive Digital TV Signals. If your TV has Audio & Video (A/V) input terminals all you need to migrate is an approved Digital Set Top Box and outdoor UHF antenna. The market has two types of Set…

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