By KAYODE AHMADU
ALL players in the broadcasting value chain, from equipment manufacturers to content providers, are being affected by the impact of rapid evolution of broadcast technology and the growth of broadband internet access. These developments demand higher technical quality with improved coverage and improved efficient utilisation of spectrum from regulators, who have to be strong and efficient in their drive to deliver bespoke first in class broadcast services. The need, therefore, of commensurate technical capacity and know-how cannot be over emphasized.
Regulation, both on international and regional levels, require high technical skills and knowledge in order to manage frequency Spectrum and, in particular, decisions adopted at high levels of International Telecommunications Union, ITU, which is a United Nations specialised agency formed to “facilitate international connectivity in communications networks”. Frequency…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper