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Tomslin Samme-Nlar

Wow...thanks a lot for this info. Am shocked at the amount of misinfo that exists in the public and the failure of the gov't to carry out it's job.

Christopher Anamani

Thanks so much for this write-up. as a media student, i intend to concentrate of the challenges of this digital switch over to television broadcasting in Cameroon using CRTV as case study. however, getting material on the issue is the basic problem i have. so if some more material could be made available, i think this will be a worthwhile research area for my Masters thesis.
Pls if you can assist me get such literature on the current issues on this, i will be most grateful.
Chris Anamani

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