Cameroon – CRTV: “Viewers can confirm that there is a picture quality revolution”

Written by Deckson N.

The Director General of the Cameroon Radio television (CRTV) is touting the prowess of his team during the broadcast of the friendly match Cameroon-Kenya last Sunday.

The Indomitable Lionesses won the Kenyan team in a friendly match (2-1). Cameroonians were able to watch this match on the national channel, CRTV. The management of the CRTV was there, after the Cameroon Football Cup broadcast on Sunday 30 October, its first tests for the coverage of the women AFCON which begins on 19 November.

I think viewers can confirm that there is a picture quality revolution. These are the high-definition images and I think viewers can confirm tonight after what they saw, “said Charles Ndongo¬†on Sunday night on the antennas of CRTV.

Touting the new equipment acquired in China in the last few months, Charles Ndongo suggested that “it is also the range of possibilities that expands. We used to work with six cameras, we deployed in twelve this afternoon and we could even go up to twenty cameras. There are replays that take sixteen different angles. So you can see the same image on sixteen different angles. Obviously in terms of reliability we can not find better. I must tell you that across Africa, there are not two or three countries that can deploy such a technical platform.

The DG of the CRTV has not missed the opportunity to thank (again) its hierarchy and President Paul Biya for the new material. “We have every reason to be proud, every reason to pay tribute to the Minister of Communication, our Chairman of the Board who took over this and he has conducted master hands. We have every reason to naturally say thank you to Chief of Government who coordinated government action. And of course we must also pay tribute to the first Cameroonian player, the President of the Republic Paul Biya who made possible both competitions, that is to say the women AFCON and the men that will be played in three years. I think there are great opportunities for Cameroonians to relax.

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