As the COVID-19 pandemic slows down its momentum over Southern Africa and the African continent as a whole, one thing has become clear; accelerated implementation of digitisation is of vital essence. Southern Africa, one of Africa’s most liberalised broadcast markets, has appeared to be on course with global threads relating to the digital ecosystem and progression into a multi-platform environment.
To sensitise Southern African countries on the vision to strengthen capacity in the age of universal media platforms and content, Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) and its convener partner Southern Africa Broadcasting Association (SABA), supported by the Communications Regulators of Southern Africa (CRASA), the Zambia Film Makers Association, and the Independent Producers’ Organisation (South Africa), will be hosting an industry summit from Tuesday, November 2nd to Thursday, November 4th, 2021, in Cape Town, South Africa, and online.
The “Broadcast Media Convention Of Southern Africa 2021” is set to present basic information about the extent to which COVID-19 has impacted broadcaster operations.
Mr Norman Munzhelele, the Managing Director at eNCA; Mr Faraco Sadique Ibrahim, the Chief Executive Officer at Mozambique Television; and Mr Vusigama Khumalo, the Manager Broadcasting Services at Eswatini Communications Commission, will speak at the industry forum and share their expert knowledge during the panel discussion on “Experiences From The Field – How Is The Broadcasting Landscape Transformed Post-Covid-19?”.
Looking to find out more about the event, visit the EVENT WEBSITE HERE!