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Jamming of Arabsat coming from Ethiopia : Report

BEIRUT: Preliminary investigations into the jamming of Arabsat satellite transmission shows that it is originating from Ethiopia, Telecommunications Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui said Wednesday, calling on Arabsat’s operator to secure new frequencies for... Read more »

Ethiopia urges Eritrea to refrain from destructive strategy against it

APA-Addis Ababa : Ethiopia on Friday in Addis Ababa the capital urged its neighbour Eritrea to refrain from destructive strategy against it, saying that it will take all necessary measures to safeguard... Read more »
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Ethiopia : Radio Fana to launch new TV channel

By Kirubel Tadesse: Capitalethiopia Evolving into broadcasting corporation, Ethiopia’s ruling party affiliate Radio Fana is soon to launch a TV channel and be the first non-state TV broadcaster in Ethiopia. Radio Fana,... Read more »

Ethiopia to Allow First Private TV Shows on New Channels

Ethiopia will introduce as many as eight new television channels in 2011 featuring programs made by non-government broadcasters for the first time, Communications Minister Bereket Simon said. State-owned Ethiopian Television’s two channels... Read more »
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ETV Settles for more. Public Expected to buy a 30 Dollar Decoder

The public is expected to buy decoders worth 30 dollars each. The Ethiopian Radio and Television Agency (ERTA) requested an additional budget of 280 million Br from the Ministry of Finance and... Read more »

Two ETV journalists charged with selling info. To Al-Jazeera

Two journalists working for the state-owned Ethiopia Radio and Television Agency (ERTA) were indicted by the prosecutor of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission on corruption charges for allegedly plotting to sell... Read more »

Two Ethiopian state TV ( ETV ) Journalists Arrested

New York, April 30, 2010—In light of the Ethiopian government’s longstanding practice of jailing journalists on trumped-up criminal charges, the Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about the detentions last week of... Read more »