Universal Television (Somalia)

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Universal Television is a Somali television channel. With its studio in London, it is the first and largest Somali TV satellite network of its type.[1]

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In 1993, the Universal Television, Somali's television channel in the town of London built a 20 kW transmitter and 80 kW ERP Power transmission so that the signal with become more powerful than other transmitters.[citation needed] In 1995, he test color transmission, and now in 1995 the color broadcasting has been used so that it became its new color transmission to present day.[citation needed] Later in 2008, Eastern Television Network acquired so that the subsidiary became its new leader. Then in 2009, the Standard Definition was upgraded from 480i to 576i. In 2010, it is now in High Definition so that the newest television sets have been settled.[citation needed]

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