PINNACLE IN THE NEWS
Following an official visit to the USA, GatesAir and Pinnacle Communications sign pact on expanded digital TV switch over program in Nigeria. This will allow the expansion of new digital TV services and the Digital Switch-Over initiative. The expansion is expected to reach more than 50 million homes and 170 million residents in Nigeria.
Digital Switch-over, Pinnacle Communications denies being probed for fraud by ICPC.
Check Excesses Of ICPC Operatives, Company Cries Out To AGF
Digital Switch-over, #2.5Bn allegation- Pinnacle Communications story
Pinnacle versus ICPC N1bn suite: League of Civil Society Reacts
ICPC officials invade Pinnacle office in Abuja, organization laments.
In a statement released, Pinnacle Communications absolved itself from the ICPC alleged fraud allegation.
Digital Switch-over, #2.5Bn allegation- Court unfreezes Pinnacle Communications account and counsels ICPC
Picture evidence shows that Pinnacle Communications completed projects allegedly being investigated by ICPC
ICPC Statement On Pinnacle Communications False, Misleading – Kawu
Ex-Minister Lai Mohammed Vindicates Pinnacle Communication Over N2.5bn Contract
Chairman, Board of Directors of Pinnacle Communications Limited, Sir Lucky Omoluwa, has filed a N1billion libel suit against the spokesperson of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC), Mrs Rashedat Okoduwa, for allegedly publicizing falsehood against his person.
DSO: Court warns ICPC over misrepresentation of its proceedings
Digital Switch Over Under Attack
DSO throws open over 30 free TV channels to Nigerians. In the celebration spirit, Sir Lucky Omoluwa, chairman of Pinnacle Communications Limited, the only private licensed national signals distributor in the DSO NIGERIA project, sent out special Christmas and New Year greetings to Nigerians.
NBC Issues New Non-Negotiable Working Conditions For GOtv
"Yesterday’s meeting resolved that GOTV would have its licence renewed for a period of three years, but with certain provisos. The separation of Content Provider from Signal Distributor is non-negotiable!
Powering Nigeria DSO -Pinnacle has successfully emerged as the formidable flagship of Nigeria’s debut into the world of digital broadcasting by towering above the country’s recent digital switch over (DSO) from analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT), having secured an enviable status as the first and only licensed broadcast signal distributor.
GatesAir and Pinnacle Communications accelerate Nigerian digital switchover initiative.
Photo news: DSO: Pinnacle Communications wins Award Beacon of ICT (BoICT) Hall of Fame for facilitating Nigeria's Digital Switch Over program
GatesAir and Pinnacle Communications accelerate Nigerian digital switchover initiative
Imperatives of Berthing Nigeria’s Digital: Nigeria is signatory to the Geneva 2006 Agreement on Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting, alongside member states of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Region 1. Thirteen years on, after breaching the nine-year window (June 2006-June 2015), Nigeria is yet to transit fully.
Stakeholders laud Pinnacle Communications’ contributions to digital broadcast in Nigeria