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Kenyans to 'remain in the dark' till May?

26 February 2015, 14:22 Victor Tinto

Nairobi - Royal Media Services chairman SK Macharia says that members of the African Digital Network ADN are doing their best to shift to the digital platform, saying that reports to the contrary are false.

The ADN, whose affiliates are NTV, KTN, Citizen TV and QTV are currently off air after they were switched off analogue platform by the Communications Authority of Kenya CA two weeks ago.

They are thus off air and have been broadcasting online.

Macharia says that the broadcasters are working overtime to ensure they are back on air.

" We are not against migration. We are just seeking time to set up our infrastructure for migration to the digital network," he said Thursday.

He also said that come May this year, the stations will have spread their wings to most parts of the country.

" We are able to deliver signals to 70 percent of the country by end of May. We have ordered set top boxes," he added.

Macharia also said that it was the government's job to spread the digital wing by ensuring Kenyans have access to free set top boxes.

" Digital Migration is the responsibility of the government. That is why South Africa set aside money to buy set top boxes for the poor. Kenya should be the same," he added.

The stations are currently awaiting the results of a court case by activist Okiya Omtatah seeking to have analogue signal returned until the stations are able to convert to digital.

The fact that the stations are asking for a May timeline to be on the network may be a problem for Kenyans, who have been used to watching the TV stations.

Thus far the government has refused to return to analogue signal saying that the stations have had the required time to shift from analogue to digital.

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