Last update: 23.09.2020 - older versions
Following successful trials starting in 2008, a national multiplex operated by the Office National de la Télédiffusion (ONT), the national public broadcaster in Tunisia, was installed in March 2019. It is now on air, covering 75% of Tunisia’s 11 million inhabitants.
The multiplex, which hosts 18 DAB+ stations, covers the capital of Tunis as well as other regions in the north-eastern part of the country, including Ariana, Ben Arous, Nabeul, Sousse, Monastir, Manouba, Zaghouan, Bizerte and Mahdia.
Last update: 11.10.2021 - older versions
A national multiplex is operating on air by the national public broadcaster ONT covering 75% of the country’s 11.7 million inhabitants.
The multiplex, which hosts 18 DAB+ stations, covers the capital of Tunis as well as other regions in the north-eastern part and the middle of the country, including Ariana, Ben Arous, Nabeul, Sousse, Monastir, Manouba, Jendouba, Zaghouan, Bizerte, Mahdia and sfax.
According to Tunisia's DAB+ rollout plan, population coverage should reach 95% by 2022, and 99% in 2023.
Last update: 03.03.2021
In this country there is
- National multiplex: 1 Regular
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