According to the announcement, made last weekend during a visit to Bengo province, the country is now waiting for some kind of funding to arrive in order to move forward with the digital migration program.
Cited by Opaís, Manuel Homem explained that the "investments are huge". However, he made it known that "all efforts are being made so that, as soon as possible, Angola can be framed in what is the normal operation of the new digital television standards.
The holder of the Telecommunications, Information Technology and Media portfolio took the opportunity to indicate that the coverage of the Televisão Pública de Angola (TPA) signal in that province is practically concluded. The coverage is at 95 percent, with only the television stations in the municipality of Bula Atumba still to be reached, he stressed.
He also talked about the improvement of Rádio Nacional de Angola, indicating that the network of transmitters is being updated, so that it is possible to improve the signal. Although it already reaches the entire province, there are still some interferences that need to be overcome, he said.
Mara Quiosa, Bengo's provincial governor, made it known that solutions are being found to solve the problems registered in the media of the province.
The visit of the minister to Bengo served to visit the institutes linked to the area.