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Oct 08, 2019  |  “Monetisation Of Broadcast Content Via E-commerce - The Profitable Way To Go” – Kenny Tonga, President - Media Owners of Zambia

Kenny Tonga, the President of the Media Owners Association of Zambia (MOAZ), says that e-commerce is one of the most profitable options for the monetisation of content in Africa’s digital broadcasting space. Mr Kenny Tonga, in a conversation with Broadcast Media Africa ...


Oct 01, 2019  |  “Distribution Of Broadcast Content Is Cost-Efficient Today Because Of Satellite Technology”–Christoph Limmer, Eutelsat

Christoph Limmer, the Senior Vice President for Global Business Development, Video at Eutelsat, says that the distribution of TV content has never been as cost-efficient for broadcasters as it currently is, and it’s all thanks to satellite technology. Mr Christoph ...


Sep 24, 2019  |  “Regulatory Intervention Should Be Geared Towards Growing Africa’s Broadcast Industry” – Bathopi Luke, Director of Broadcasting Regulation -BOCRA

Bathopi Luke, the Director of Broadcasting Regulation at Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA), says that broadcasters in Africa need to stop looking to industry regulators solely for command and control. Mr Bathopi Luke, responding to questions from Broadcast Media Africa (BMA), ...


Sep 18, 2019  |  "Investment In Digital Media Infrastructure Delivers Universal Access!" – Arthur Asiimwe, Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA)

Arthur Asiimwe, the Director-General of Rwanda Broadcasting Agency, says that in order for Africa's broadcasters to provide universal access, the first thing they need to do is invest in the necessary digital infrastructure.   Mr Asiimwe, responding to questions from Broadcast ...


"Satellite Is The Most Cost-Effective Solution To Delivering The Digital Dividend" – Clint Brown, SES

Clint Brown, Vice President of Sales and Marketing Development for Africa at SES, says that the flexibility of satellite makes it the only solution that can deliver the digital dividend in the most cost-effective way.   Mr Brown, responding to ...

"Cloud Broadcasting Services Are The Answer To Monetising Content In A Digital Ecosystem" – Paul Omoruyi, Seasoned Filmmaker And Producer

Paul Omoruyi, the Founder of PSI Film & Creative Academy, says that cloud services, along with an insight-driven approach are the future of the monetisation of content in Africa's digital broadcasting ecosystem. Mr Paul Omoruyi, responding to questions from Broadcast ...

"Consumer Demand Will Successfully Drive Quad-Play Services In Africa" – Mark H. Gordon, CEO –SUPAView TV

Adv. Mark H Gordon, the CEO of SUPAView TV, says he has acknowledged that it is consumer demand that would ultimately drive Quad-Play services across Africa. Adv. Gordon was in conversation with Broadcast Media Africa (BMA), in preparation for the ...

"The Evolving OTT Media Landscape Is A Win-Win Situation For All Industry Stakeholders" – Osezua Stephen-Imobhio, President – Oduma Creative Worx LTD

Osezua Stephen-Imobhio, the President of Oduma Creative Worx LTD, says that the transformation of the broadcasting and media industry from linear to digital, coupled with the evolving streaming and Over-The-Top (OTT) media landscape is part of a positive transformation that ...

"Funding Of Quality Local Content Calls For Deliberate Effort", Says Florence Haifene - Namibia Film Commission

Ms Florence Haifene, the Head of the Namibia Film Commission, says that the future of quality local content is dependent on deliberate efforts being made by businesses and leaders of state to fund original African content.   Ms Haifene, responding ...

“Dynamic Spectrum Access Is Key To Spectrum Harmonisation In A Digital Ecosystem” – Dr Moshe Masonta, CSIR - South Africa

Dr Moshe Masonta, a Principal Researcher at South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), says that the answer to successful spectrum harmonisation lies in the use of dynamic spectrum access concepts.   Dr Masonta, responding to questions from ...

“The Time Has Come For A Revolution In Africa’s Spectrum Management Methods” – William Stucke, Spectrum And Technology Expert

William Stucke, a world-renowned ICT Policy, Regulation, Spectrum and Technology Expert has declared that Africa’s spectrum management methods are outdated and need to be modernised and updated in order to be more efficient in the digital broadcast space.   Mr ...

“To Help Grow TV Audience In Africa With A Diverse Range Of Solutions Is Our Mission” – Andy Anderson, SES Video

Andy Anderson, the Marketing Director, Middle East and Africa at SES Video has suggested that broadcasters and content owners who want to provide the best content in all necessary formats ought to consider a long-term partnership with SES.   SES ...

“Co-Sharing Could Deliver More Spectrum For Radio Broadcasting In The Digital Space” – Eswatini Communications Commission

Samkeliso Shongwe, a Senior Manager of Spectrum Planning and Management at Eswatini Communications Commission, has suggested that the industry should explore different ways to get the most value out of the available amount of radio spectrum because it is has ...

“To Succeed, Content Producers And Local TV Hubs Must Establish Mutually Beneficial Relationships” – Agatha Amata, CEO Of Rave TV Nigeria

Agatha Amata, the CEO of Rave TV, has suggested that Nigeria’s content producers and media owners ought to develop mutually beneficial relationships in order for the industry to thrive in the era of digital television.   Ms Agatha, responding to ...