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Pictured: Digital Broadcasting Africa Forum 2016 in Lagos

Pictured: Digital Broadcasting Africa Forum 2016 in Lagos
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The Digital Broadcasting Africa Forum 2016 underway at Eko Hotels and Suites in Lagos, Nigeria opened yesterday under theme, “The Pan Africa Transition: Achieving Digital Migration Success.”

KEHINDE SHONOLA of Technology Times captured images from the event.

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(1)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (9)Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (2)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (1)Marcello Lombardo with Ilham Ghazi, both panelists at the broadcasting forum (1)IMG_3322Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (8)Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (2)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (11)Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (6)IMG_3380Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (4)IMG_3325Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (3)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (2)IMG_3324Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (1)IMG_3390Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (10)IMG_3363Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (1)IMG_3290IMG_3389IMG_3285IMG_3342IMG_3376Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (2)IMG_3359Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (1)Robert Hayman, commonweaith telecommnications organization. (3)IMG_3304IMG_3344IMG_3267IMG_3362IMG_3308Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (1)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (8)
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