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#CommunityBroadcastingAfrica  |  #CommunityBroadcastAfrica: "Community Media Born From Need To Advance Communal Development" – Tom Mboya, Kenya Community Media Network

Tom Mboya, the National Coordinator for Kenya Community Media Network (KCOMNET) and Board Member at World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), has expressed his passion for community radio during a BMA's chat. Ahead of the forthcoming Online Forum on Understanding ...
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#CommunityBroadcastingAfrica  |  #CommunityBroadcastAfrica: "Sector Prioritise Community In Content Generation," Says Thabang Pusoyabone - NCRF

Thabang Pusoyabone, the General Secretary at the National Community Radio Forum (NCRF), believes that community broadcasters must prioritise community participation in content generation, driving the local economy and education. In an interview with Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) ahead of the ...
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Community Radio Development - 'Reach Out To The Regulator' - Encourages ICASA's Executive, Leah Maina

As we prepare for the Online Forum on Understanding Effective Regulatory Framework for Community Radio Broadcasting on the 29th of April 2021, Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) had a chat with one of the panellists, Ms Leah Maina of the Independent Communications Authority ...

Jibe Ologeh – President Of EMCOAN – Aims To Tell Nigeria’s Story Through Authentic Broadcast Content

The President of the Electronic Media Content Owners Association of Nigeria (EMCOAN), Mrs Jibe Ologeh has a great passion for Nigerian broadcast content that accurately represents Nigeria in its sincerest form, without distorting information to push agendas. As a seasoned and award-winning ...

Mothepane Kotele - DG of LNBS - Pushes For Equality In Africa’s Broadcasting And Media Landscape

The acting Director-General of the Lesotho National Broadcasting Service (LNBS), Ms Mothepane Kotele has, in her role, put great emphasis and effort into creating equal opportunities for people from disadvantaged backgrounds. As an industry leader, she has taken it upon herself to empower ...

“Stagnant Broadcasters Risk Losing Online Viewership To Innovative Competitors” – Adeyinka Oduniyi, ITPAN President

Mr Adeyinka Oduniyi, the President of the Independent Television Producers Association of Nigeria (ITPAN), says that broadcasters who do not ensure that the content they deliver on multi-platforms remains relevant and exciting to the younger, more upbeat online audience, risk losing that viewership ...

“Content For Digital TV Must Reflect Values And Aspirations Of The Audience” – Tolulope Ajayi, Filmmaker

Mr Tolulope Ajayi, an Independent Executive Director of films and advertisements in Nigeria, says that in order to have longevity in the digital broadcasting ecosystem, Nigerian content creators need to create content that reflects the values and aspirations of the local ...

“Future Success Of OTT Streaming Depends On Delivery Of News And Entertainment” -SA’s Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana

South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Communications and Technologies, Pinky Kekana, says that news and entertainment is the next great frontier for OTT streaming services and the future success of OTT depends on their delivery. The Honourable Deputy Minister - in ...

“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 ...

INTERVIEW: "Internationally Tested Formats With Local Talent Is Key To OTT Content Success"

The CEO of ZEE TV in Africa, Mr Harish Goyal, spoke to Broadcasting Media Africa about key issues in relation to the exploding OTT TV and Video On Demand services accross Africa, looking at factors that may influence and ultimately determine ...