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DBS Asaba Television Begins Test Transmission

By Grand News on 15/02/2018

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Delta State Information Commissioner, Patrick Ukah
Delta State Information Commissioner, Patrick Ukah

Nigerians living in states surrounding Delta have been informed that the television arm of Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS), Asaba, has started test transmission.

Delta State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, in a statement in Asaba on Wednesday, said viewers can receive the station on terrestrial channel 25.

He said that the station is currently transmitting on channel 25 because of interference on channel 23 occasioned by the massive flood that destroyed equipment in the station last year.

Mr. Ukah revealed that the development was promptly reported to the Director General of Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and they are aware that the station is currently transmitting on channel 25.

Ukah assured that once the station returns fully on air, a schedule that will improve the programmes of the station and staff training will take center stage.

Source Grand News

Posted 15/02/2018 09:08 AM

 

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