Industry Forum

Aug 04, 2020  |  Industry Forum On How Broadcasters Can Take Advantage Of “Content Everywhere” Phenomenon

Ranging from digital broadcasting and OTT content streaming to cloud broadcasting services, content is being distributed from a variety of platform and across multiple devices. Broadcasters and media publishers in Africa now have several options for content acquisition and delivery ...


Jul 31, 2020  |  Distribution! Distribution!! It’s All About Effective Content Distribution Strategies At BMA Industry Forum On 27th August 2020

For the broadcast media organisations to succeed in today’s digital, multi-options ecosystem, how content is distributed to them, and how they, in turn, deliver the same to their users (viewers & listeners) is crucial to survival. Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) ...


Jul 14, 2020  |  Industry Forum Focus On: How To Gain Audience Data And Metrics In A Multi-Platforms, Multi-Media Broadcast Environment

Industry Forum Focus On: How To Gain Audience Data And Metrics In A Multi-Platforms, Multi-Media Broadcast Environment In the multi-platform and multi-channel digital broadcasting world, one crucial question from broadcasters and media professionals in Africa is how best to obtain, ...


Jul 08, 2020  |  Industry Forum On "How To Successfully Track And Grow Audiences And Revenues In Fragmented Media Marketplace"!

How to successfully track and grow audiences and revenues in a fragmented media marketplace is the most important issue that broadcasters and media organisations across Africa are currently grappling with. To explore this vital issue, Broadcast Media Africa is convening ...


Forum On Content Production and Distribution For Digital TV and Platforms in Africa Starts Today - Online

The two-day virtual industry forum on Content Production and Distribution For Digital TV and Platforms in Africa will begin. Presented by this platform - Broadcast Media Africa - the Online Forum on Content Production and Distribution For Digital TV and ...

“Deeper Collaborations Will Allow Access To Needed Content” - Say Executives At Forum On Content Management In Nigeria

At the just-concluded Industry Forum on Content for Digital TV –Effective Management and Successful Monetisation convened by Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) and the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) on the 10th of March in Abuja, Nigeria, it was emphasised Broadcasters need to initiate and sustain deeper ...

“More Collaboration Is Key To Success In OTT Streaming Space” - Executives At Industry Summit In Cape Town, South Africa

At the just-concluded OTT Content Streaming and On-Demand Summit that was convened by Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) and the Southern African Broadcasting Association (SABA) on the 19th to 20th of October 2020 at the Protea Hotel Fire & Ice, Cape Town, it was emphasised that collaboration ...

“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 ...

Radio Broadcasting Industry Leaders To Convene For International Convention In Maseru, Lesotho

Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) in collaboration with the Southern African Broadcasters Association (SABA) will be convening the high-level International Radio and Digital Audio Convention of Southern Africa on the 21st to 23rd of May 2020 in Maseru, Lesotho. The Convention, which will also ...

Second Convening Of Africa’s OTT Streaming And VOD Industry Leaders To Take Place In Lagos, Nigeria

Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) in collaboration with key industry partners has announced that a brand new industry Leaders Forum on OTT Streaming And Video-On-Demand (VOD) Services will take place on the 19th – 20th May 2020 in Lagos, Nigeria. According to Benjamin Pius - ...

Radio And Digital Audio Broadcasting Convention To Take Stakeholders To Maseru, Lesotho!

As broadcasting and media infrastructure becomes digital across Africa, radio and audio broadcasting will continue to project itself as the most efficient and effective medium for social information, entertainment and education. Because of this, Broadcast Media Africa and co-convener, the Southern African ...

OTT Streaming: “Regulators Must Evaluate OTT’s Impact On Competitiveness In Broadcast Sector” - ICASA

Ms Botlenyana Mokhele, a Councillor at the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA), says that ICASA is still in the process of evaluating the impact of OTT streaming services on competition in the broadcast sector, especially in the subscription ...

OTT Streaming: Cell C’s Executive Head Looks Forward To Telcos Gaining New Revenue Streams From OTT Explosion

Mr Mohamed Adamjee, an Executive Head at Cell C, says that telcos can look forward to adding new product offerings which will ultimately present new revenue streams from the OTT and On-Demand explosion. Mr Adamjee, in an interview with Broadcast Media Africa ...

OTT Streaming: SABC’s COO Urges Use Of Innovation To Serve Diverse Audiences

Mr Ian Plaatjes, the Chief Operating Officer at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), says that broadcasters in Africa need to start making use of the latest innovations available to them in order to retain and satisfy the needs of ...