Monday 27th July 2015
The Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) in collaboration with BSP Media International are pleased to announce their forthcoming International Summit on Content Management for Digital Broadcasting – West Africa. The summit will take place on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th October 2015 in Central Lagos, Nigeria
This senior-level industry meeting will aim to help broadcasting and media executives position and align their content and service offerings with new consumer expectations engendered in the digital world. It will serve as a key platform for industry stakeholders in Nigeria, other parts of Africa and the rest of the world to discuss, review, and evaluate strategic and operational issues and solutions in relation to the acquisition, generation, archiving, distribution and regulation of broadcasting and media content in the digital ecosystem.
Drawing from best practice and experience from experts in the field across Africa and the world; the Summit will evaluate the multiple roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders in Nigeria; presenting strategies and methodologies to ensure broadcasters and media owners in Nigeria are able to handle the content question as digitisation becomes a reality.
Of this industry summit, the Executive Secretary of BON, Mr Olusegun Olaleye said “we are very pleased to be spearheading the crucial issue of content management in the digital Environment. We’ve had an overwhelmingly positive response and interest in this Summit and are looking forward to welcoming over 100 senior industry executives in TV and Radio Broadcasting, Content creators and aggregators from around the world to share ideas, best practices and learn from the success stories in what will be a ground-breaking industry Summit.
Also commenting, Mr. Benjamin Pius, CEO of BSP Media International (the official event organisers and provider of business information and knowledge for emerging markets) said that: “Content Management for Broadcasters and Media is such an essential issue, particularly now in the post-Digital Migration era. This will be the 3rd Content Management Summit on the continent this year – previous Summits having been held in Southern Africa and East Africa. We are delighted to be working closely with the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) again and cementing our partnership to present this key industry event for the West Africa region.”