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Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Media > Television receivers

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Nigeria 6.9 million 1997
2 Democratic Republic of the Congo 6.48 million 1997
3 South Africa 5.2 million 1997
4 Sudan 2.38 million 1997
5 Ghana 1.73 million 1997
6 Cote d'Ivoire 900,000 1997
7 Kenya 730,000 1997
8 Cameroon 450,000 1997
9 Zimbabwe 370,000 1997
10 Senegal 361,000 1997
11 Madagascar 325,000 1997
12 Ethiopia 320,000 1997
13 Uganda 315,000 1997
14 Zambia 277,000 1997
15 Mauritius 258,000 1997
16 Angola 150,000 1997
17 Somalia 135,000 1997
18 Niger 125,000 1997
19 Tanzania 103,000 1997
20 Burkina Faso 100,000 1997
21 Mozambique 90,000 1997
22 Guinea 85,000 1997
23 Togo 73,000 1997
24 Liberia 70,000 1997
25 Gabon 63,000 1997
26 Mauritania 62,000 1997
=27 Benin 60,000 1997
=27 Namibia 60,000 1997
29 Lesotho 54,000 1997
30 Sierra Leone 53,000 1997
31 Mali 45,000 1997
32 Botswana 31,000 1997
33 Djibouti 28,000 1997
34 Burundi 25,000 1997
35 Sao Tome and Principe 23,000 1997
36 Swaziland 21,000 1997
37 Central African Republic 18,000 1997
38 Chad 10,000 1997
=39 The Gambia 4,000 1997
=39 Equatorial Guinea 4,000 1997
41 Cape Verde 2,000 1997
=42 Eritrea 1,000 1997
=42 Rwanda 1,000 1997
=42 Comoros 1,000 1997

Citation

"Countries Compared by Media > Television receivers. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Source: UNESCO UIS Data | UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Sub--Saharan-Africa/Media/Television-receivers

Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Media > Television receivers

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Interesting observations about Media > Television receivers

  • India ranked first for television receivers amongst Hot countries in 1997.
  • United States ranked first for television receivers amongst Christian countries in 1997.
  • Turkey ranked first for television receivers amongst Muslim countries in 1997.
  • China ranked first for television receivers globally in 1997.
  • Russia ranked first for television receivers amongst Europe in 1997.
  • Germany ranked first for television receivers amongst European Union in 1997.
  • Brazil ranked first for television receivers amongst Catholic countries in 1997.
  • Nigeria ranked first for television receivers amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 1997.
  • Mexico ranked first for television receivers amongst Former Spanish colonies in 1997.
  • Japan ranked second for television receivers amongst High income OECD countries in 1997.
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