Telediffusion D'Algerie (TDA)
Télédiffusion d'Algérie, TDA, is a public industrial and commercial company (EPIC), broadcasting radio and television, under the supervision of the Ministry of Communication.
TDA exclusively manages the operation of the transmitters and the broadcasting of the programs of 57 radio stations and 5 public television channels in Algeria and abroad.
The digitization of television broadcasting began in 2010. To date, DTT covers 85% of the population.
Télédiffusion d'Algérie is an active member of several international organizations:
ITU : International Telecommunication Union.
EBU : European Broadcasting Union.
ASBU : Arab Radio and Television Union.
UAR : African Union of Broadcasts.
IBU : Union of Islamic Radiodiffusion.
Headquarters in Bouzareah, Algiers.
6 regional directorates in Algiers, Constantine, Sidi Bel-Abbés, Ouargla, Bechar and Tamanrasset.
TDA markets the following services
- Internet speed.
- Hosting websites.
- Hosting Data Equipment Operators.
- Co-location of technical equipment, satellite transmission services.
1962: Creation of the Algerian Radio Television, RTA, on October 28th.
1986: Birth of the public broadcasting company ENTD.
1991: Change of name and legal status. New name Télédiffusion d'Algérie, TDA, public institution EPIC.
2012: New status authorizing the broadcasting of private TV channels.