Pan African Network wins digital TV broadcasting licence in Kenya.

By bne IntelliNews June 24, 2011
Chinese company Pan African Network has won a digital television broadcasting licence in Kenya, the Business Daily Africa reported. The tender for one of the two new digital signal distribution licences reportedly also attracted Signal Distributors Ltd, Mayfox Ltd, Globecast Africa, Africa Link Agencies and a consortium of local broadcasters Nation Media Group and Royal Media Services. The bid of Pan African Network was the only one that qualified and this means that the second licence remains free for now, Francis Wangusi, head of broadcasting at the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK), was quoted as saying.

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