Face behind one of Nigeria’s leading broadcast engineering equipment company, Pinnacle Communications Limited, Sir Lucky Omoluwa and his team are presently over the moon following two different awards the top-notch company was honoured with penultimate week in New York and Washington DC, USA respectively.
Pinnacle was bestowed with the Company of the year 2017 and Excellence in Digital Broadcasting Services awards by America-based media outfits, Pointblanknews.com and Africa Mirror Newspaper.
According to the organisers of both awards, Pinnacle Communications was honoured on account of its unprecedented pivotal role in the digital switchover (DSO) from analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Nigeria among other record setting achievements.
Elated chairman/CEO of Pinnacle Communications Limited, Sir Omoluwa, whose sphinx-like quality got him unsolicited local and international awards and who is also reputed for his humane posture which is universal with no religious, tribal or any other primordial boundaries, was full of appreciation to the organisers for honour done his outfit.
It is an irrefutable fact that Pinnacle has come of digital age, steadily transforming itself and the nation’s entire broadcast industry through the process of keeping pace with the dynamics of international technological innovation, standards and best practice. The company commenced the launching of TV and FM radio systems across Nigeria since 1998 providing product, system and service solutions for advanced transmitter systems, digital television (DTV) and digital radio equipment
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