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A number of factors have been noted that will contribute to most Sub-Saharan not being able to achieve the ITU-mandated 2015 deadline to switch from analogue to digital terrestrial TV services.
London based firm Ovum research has said this is due to a lack of awareness amongst the public that switch-off is impending as well as inadequate funds to roll out digital TV infrastructure and insufficient supplies of set top boxes.
At just five months old, flagship local TV channel London Live has applied to Ofcom to drastically reduce its commitment to local content.
The company lost editorial director Stefano Hatfield in its first month of broadcast which was then closely followed by Chief Executive Andy Mullins' departure. The channel has also now seen a series of programmes broadcast to an audience of zero in figures measured by Barb.
David Cameron has announced that to 'protect children from graphic content' in online music videos a pilot scheme is to be launched with YouTube, music video service Vevo and the British Board of Classification.
This scheme was announced in a speech to the Relationships Alliance on Monday where the prime minister said the rules for online videos should be brought into line with content viewed offline.