Organisers of the 6th Broadcast And Digital Media Convention – Africa, which will take place on the 25th – 27th of October 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda, have announced that regional regulators and policymakers will examine strategies, ways and means to: “Enhance Regulatory Capabilities In The Age Of Ubiquitous Digital Media Content.”
A high-level discussion panel set to discuss this will feature senior industry executives, including:
Ms Ntombi Makwetu, Acting Chief Director: Broadcasting Policy and Creative Industries, Department Of Communications And Digital Technologies (South Africa)
Ms Josephine Mapoma, Director General, Independent Broadcasting Authority of Zambia (IBA)
Mr Thapelo Mokwana, Acting Director: Broadcast Governance and Oversight, Department Of Communications And Digital Technologies (South Africa)
The 6th edition Broadcast And Digital Media Convention is hosted by the Rwanda Broadcasting Agency and co-convened by Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) and the Southern Africa Broadcasting Association (SABA). The convention will also incorporate the 29th Annual General Meeting of SABA.
Commenting, event co-convenor and Secretary General of the Southern African Broadcasting Association (SABA), Mr Cecil Nguvauva, said: “The inclusion of regulators and policymakers in the Convention programme is significant, as they are key to ensuring that adequate rules policies are in place to govern the sector.”
The African Broadcasters Convention is supported by leading industry organisations such as Eutelsat, France24, AFP, Liquid Intelligent Technologies and many more.
The event organisers say that anyone interested in joining the industry convention of African Broadcast and Media leaders can learn more and register on the Convention Website here.