Monday, April 20, 2009

Bush Radio off air

By Mikhaila Crowie
20 April 2009

A few radio stations in Cape Town seem to be experiencing difficulty broadcasting, due to a Telkom signal failure.

Bush Radio is temporarily off air, as well as CCFM, Good Hope FM’s primary feed and e-TV’s contribution feed.

Gary Urion, Supervisor at Sentech, said their team has investigated and found that the Telkom lines were down.

Urion said they were waiting on Telkom to assist them.

The show must go on: Bush Radio's elections debate was recorded due to the transmission break

Bush Radio’s Programme Integrator, Adrian Louw, apologised to the Bush Radio listeners and said it was very frustrating as the station was to air its final elections debate.

He added however that it was out of Bush Radio’s hands.

* The transmission interruption was corrected at 16h25.

* The election debate will be played at 19h00 - 21h00 tonight.


At Monday, 20 April, 2009, Blogger Djmfuras said...

i also experience the same problem this morning when i tried to open TV the screen was blank and i thought its faulty. so now i know what was the problem, i hope every thing is back to normaly.

Mfundo Mpathani

At Wednesday, 22 April, 2009, Anonymous Boiler said...

I personally think it was sabotage, and if my theory is correct probably the ANC or the DA is involved again that's my theory and I'm sticking to it.


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