AAU TV now on Satellite and Digital TV-Rescan your TV Set to Discover Relevant Content on African Higher Education

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AAU TV now on Satellite and Digital TV-Rescan your TV Set to Discover Relevant Content on African Higher Education

The Association of African Universities established the AAU Television Station (AAU TV) to disseminate real time news and information on higher education-related issues, including but not limited to higher education policy directions, science and technology, continental agendas and plans for higher education, research and new findings.

Since its establishment on  April 6, 2018, the AAU TV has been streaming its programmes live on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/AAU67/), YouTube (Association of African Universities) and on its website (tv.aau.org).

To better serve our viewers through multiple platforms, the AAU TV is now broadcasting live on Satellite and Digital TVs.  AAU TV’s free-to-air transmission on satellite covers the whole of Africa and beyond.

To access AAU TV on free-to-air decoders, we request our stakeholders to rescan or ask their installers to reset their television sets to the following:

Frequency: 10970, Symbol rate: 27500; Polarization: V.

For those on Digital TV (DTV), accessing the AAU TV involves the single step of selecting Scan or Autotune on your TV.  The TV set will search and scan for the AAU TV in a process which takes a few minutes to complete.

The AAU TV presents viewers with a range of exciting programmes which feature interviews and discussions on topical issues, including – human resource issues, general health issues,agricultural tips and guides, documentaries on universities in Africa and many more. Our niche is the coverage of educational issues all over the African Continent.

Members of the AAU  are encouraged to share relevant content with the TV team for further broadcasting across the continent. This is one key membership benefit availed to all members who are financially up to date.

AAU TV! The Voice of Higher Education in Africa!!

Website  – tv.aau.org | Email -aautv@aau.org

Current  Programmes

Daily Higher Education News in English and French
AAU Talks – a flagship programme that discusses topical issues on African Higher Education
Career Guidance – a discussion on different career choices for students
Agenda 2.0.6.3 – a discussion platform on the African Union’s aspirations towards a prosperous continent by the year 2063
HealthAfrik – a platform that discusses health issues in Africa, particularly pertaining to students and the youth on the continent
AgroLink – a discussion platform for the agriculture and agribusiness industry in Africa
Impact Stories – a platform where the AAU showcases people who have impacted the lives of individuals and communities
30 Mins with the HR – a discussion platform on human resource issues in the world of work
African Students’ Voices – a students’ platform where our camera lenses focus on thematic issues impacting on students across the continent

Ladies’ Digest – designed to touch on issues related to women’s overall well being

 

Additional Programmes to be rolled out soon

Focus on Member Universities – a documentary on AAU Member Institutions
AAU Sports – analysis of sporting activities within and outside Africa
Musical Safari – a look at the cultural beauty of Africa through music
Wao Africa! – a documentary on discoveries across Africa
RnD (Research and Discoveries) – a programme that aims to showcase research outputs, innovations and inventions from institutions of higher learning in Africa
Edu-Strats – this programme focuses on the educational strategies of Africa
Let’s Talk Finance – an educative programme that looks at Africa’s development through the eyes of finance and investment
Update – a platform which provides information about upcoming programmes and events organized by AAU and its member institutions across the continent

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