The district of Ningerum, in the Western Province, could not have picked a better time to catch the opening game of the 2014 NRL season on EMTV.
Last night, Ningerum became the latest area in the Western Province, to tune in to the EMTV broadcast signal.
As part of EMTV’s network expansion roll-out, Ningerum is the fourth site to be activated, and given access to EMTV’s growing range of infotainment programs.
Ningerum District in the Western Province, can now watch all the 2014 National Rugby League season fixtures.
Residents in Ningerum were ecstatic about being able to watch their favorite teams in last night’s season opener.
This is thanks to EMTV’s current push to expand its broadcast signal and services throughout the country.
Ningerum is the fourth district of Western Province to come online with EMTV.
Three districts already hooked up to the signal since the end of last year, are Balimo, Awaba, and Kiunga.
Now with Ningerum able to receive a strong EMTV broadcast signal, there are four sites left to be connected, in Nomad, Lake Murray, Suki, and Moorehead.
Nomad is waiting connection, depending on the Western Provincial Government’s search, to find a mining company to assist with the airlifting of the EMTV equipment container to the site.
EMTV technicians on the ground are installing a self-contained container, which houses the broadcast equipment, an antenna on the existing tower infrastructure, and a satellite dish, all protected inside a perimeter fence.
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