Cape Town TV

Cape Town TV is a community television channel that broadcasts in Cape Town, South Africa. It launched in September 2008 with a one-year, "temporary" license and thereafter won another such license in September 2009. It is a non-profit organisation that is licensed as a community broadcaster in terms of South Africa's Electronic Communications Act.

Read more about Cape Town TV:  Signal Transmission and Reception, History, Operational Model, Programming, Challenges

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... on Whitewater and founded Burfordville in Cape Girardeau County ... William Nevins, who was a miller there, came to town and with others was surveying the ruins when they discovered the iron bands of a wooden barrel which was supposed to have contained the kerosene used in the fire ... building was located at the northeast corner of Green and Nora streets, and north of the town cemetery ...
Cape Town TV - Challenges
... That CTV is not switched off when ICASA licenses a new cell phone TV operator next year but that a frequency is allocated to carry the channel ... The creation of an interim support fund for existing community TV stations, in addition to the speedy implementation of the Public Broadcasting Fund ... That community TV is protected during and after the migration to digital terrestrial television ...

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