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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.

IMG_3344Marcello Lombardo with Ilham Ghazi, both panelists at the broadcasting forum (1)Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (1)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (10)Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (6)IMG_3339IMG_3315Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (3)Robert Hayman, commonweaith telecommnications organization. (1)Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (3)IMG_3282Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (4)IMG_3306IMG_3340Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (3)IMG_3321Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (3)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (1)IMG_3325Shola 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 broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (4)IMG_3296IMG_3380Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (2)Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (1)IMG_3319Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (8)IMG_3376IMG_3372IMG_3307IMG_3392Marcello Lombardo with Ilham Ghazi, both panelists at the broadcasting forum (2)IMG_3338IMG_3387IMG_3327Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (8)IMG_3343IMG_3285IMG_3320IMG_3291IMG_3359Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (1)Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (7)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (3)IMG_3370IMG_3341Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (5)Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (5)IMG_3398IMG_3294Cross section of the participants at the digital broadcasting  forum, 2016 (2)IMG_3374IMG_3363IMG_3390Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (2)IMG_3304Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (3)IMG_3308IMG_3274IMG_3378IMG_3389IMG_3342Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (2)IMG_3391Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (9)IMG_3377IMG_3373IMG_3332IMG_3362IMG_3397Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (4)IMG_3324IMG_3334IMG_3323Cross section of the participants at the digital broadcasting  forum, 2016 (4)IMG_3335Cross section of the participants at the digital broadcasting  forum, 2016 (1)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (1)Shola Taylor, secretary general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation, and Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission, during the press briefing (5)Cross section of the panelists at the country progress reports, during the digital broadcasting session (1)Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (6)IMG_3331IMG_3326IMG_3318Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (4)IMG_3290IMG_3322Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (5)IMG_3267IMG_3368Cross section of the panelists during the broadcasting innovations session of the digital broadcasting africa forum 2016 (5)Cross section of the participants at the digital broadcasting  forum, 2016 (3)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (2)IMG_3277IMG_3328IMG_3399IMG_3272Alheri Saidu, acting director-general, national broadcasting commission (2)Shola Taylor, secretary -general, commonwealth telecommunications organisation (1)IMG_3274IMG_3297Cross section of the panelists during the WRC-15 and spectrum implications for broadcasting, at the digital broadcasting forum  (4)peter Omoerah, and Faruk Salah, both of NBC staffRobert Hayman, commonweaith telecommnications organization. (3)IMG_3305
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