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  • From wherever you are in the world, hear from an astounding line-up of C-Suite speakers
  • Offer your expertise in a topic-led networking discussion and stream engaging and inspiring, impactful content sessions from industry leaders
  • Catch up with sessions on-demand, at a time best suited to you, giving you access to more content than ever before

  • Build your own agenda, meeting schedule and get personalized product recommendations
  • Connect, meet and chat straight away
  • Access to messages and book one-to-one meetings with attendees on our online platform
  • Interact and engage with our expert speakers through live Q&A and polling

  • Meet directly with sponsors and exhibitors at their booth to find the right solution for you
  • Virtual booths to explore the latest technology
  • Live chat and video calls with your target customers to answer their queries
  • Set up inbound meetings and make instant video calls with prospective customers

Key Topics

The digital migration process in Francophone African countries has been a long-lasting and thorough transition, even in the most developed countries. Panellists will discuss the different ways to accelerate the transition from analog to digital in order to transform television experience in the African francophone countries.

Public broadcasters play an important role in many African countries. However, many of them have to struggle to remain competitive and profitable in the face of the arrival of pay TV operators and OTT. Panellists will shed light on how public broadcasters can reinforce their position to face the rising competition from digital players.

As demand for local content rises across Africa, most of the key players in the sector are going into local production. Yet, the industry is not evolving as rapidly as one would hope, producers, filmmakers and talents are there, but the funding is not. Collaboration with international players seems required to build a long-lasting African film industry.

The consumption of audiovisual content is no longer solely on television but is also increasingly via the Internet. While internet access remains limited and expensive in most African countries, connectivity is gaining in accessibility and quality with the development of 4G, fibre networks and more affordable offerings. To support these investments, telecom operators are increasingly including content in their development strategy: payment methods, data-video bundle and customer loyalty. The African streaming sector is dominated by free international platforms like YouTube and Facebook, but the local market is starting to structure:

  • What roles do operators play in the deployment of audiovisual services in their markets?
  • What business models can be implemented to deliver an attractive online content offering?
  • What kind of partnerships can be developed to facilitate cooperation between operators, producers and distributors of local content?

The TV and broadcasting industry is evolving rapidly in Ivory Coast leading to the emergence of new players and services. The digital migration process is ongoing and private satellite television and platforms flooded the Ivorian market with their attractive offers. Speakers from this panel will give an overview of the country’s potential in terms of TV broadcasting.

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Key Targeted Companies

RTS Canal 3 Benin ORTB BF1 RTB TV RTNB Africable Televison ORTM 2STV Walf TV Sen Tv TeleAfrica CRTV RTI Optimum Media (7 info) Orange MTN Airtel Azur Telecom Camtel Cellcom Guinée Expresso Senegal Gabon Telecom Malitel Nexttel Onatel Sonatel Togo Telecom Vodacom Africavision Afrikatoon Banko TSK studios abidjan On Est Ensemble Productions TDS SMTD IDT Canal+ iROKO+ MIABOX

RTS

Canal 3 Benin

ORTB

BF1

RTB TV

RTNB

Africable Televison

ORTM

2STV

Walf TV

Sen Tv

TeleAfrica

CRTV

RTI

Optimum Media (7 info)

Orange

MTN

iROKO+

Airtel

Azur Telecom

Camtel

Cellcom Guinée

Expresso Senegal

Gabon Telecom

Malitel

Nexttel

Onatel

Sonatel

Togo Telecom

Vodacom

Africavision

Afrikatoon

Banko

TSK studios abidjan

On Est Ensemble Productions

TDS

SMTD

IDT

Canal+

iROKO+

MIABOX

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