NCC Releases Draft Guidelines on the use of Television White Space (TVWS) in Nigeria

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in conjunction with the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), has developed draft guidelines for the use of Television White Spaces (TVWS) for rural broadband connectivity in Nigeria and is organising an Industry consultation to present the draft Guidelines to all Industry Stakeholders.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in conjunction with the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), has developed draft guidelines for the use of Television White Spaces (TVWS) for rural broadband connectivity in Nigeria and is organising an Industry consultation to present the draft Guidelines to all Industry Stakeholders.

In preparation for the Industry consultation, the Commission is pleased to inform all Stakeholders that the draft Guidelines is available on the Commission’s website via the following URL: https://www.ncc.gov.ng/…/876-draft-guidelines-on-the-u…/file.

All stakeholders are invited to peruse the Guidelines and provide input/feedback on or before the industry consultation (date to be announced). The feedback will give NCC/NBC the opportunity to make all necessary adjustments prior to the Guidelines being finalised.

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