The Growth of Satellite TV in Africa

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In 1945 when British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke proposed what we now know as satellite television, the world had seen nothing like it. Yet, his theory was so widely accepted it earned him the Franklin Institute’s Stuart Ballantine Medal in 1963. By the 23rd of July 1962, the first public satellite television signals…

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New Report: The African space economy is now worth USD 7 billion and is projected to grow at a 7.3% compound annual growth rate to exceed USD 10 billion by 2024. Read the executive summary of the African Space Industry Report - 2019 Edition to learn more about the industry. You can order the report online.