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CABSAT Africa Forum Agenda

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10:50
  1. 5 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
10:55
  1. 5 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
11:00
  1. 30 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
    Africa’s cultural yield has tremendous economic and social impact, especially in this time of dynamic shift in the media space. It is the best time to forge alliances, bare and share insights while developing strategies. What is the roadmap? Strategizing how best to proceed.
11:30
  1. 30 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
    Women with roots in Africa are among the most imaginative and dynamic storytellers working in the film industry today, streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Demand Africa are all making sure that the films by these talented storytellers reach as many people as possible. Let’s hear it all from the Africa’s Queen of Media.
12:00
  1. 40 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
    According to a research report, African Pay TV subscriber numbers are set to climb by 54% between 2019 and 2025 to 47.26 million. Several Pay TV players have opted to create their own OTT video apps or partner with already-established OTT players to overcome the threat, how successful are they? How is this competition/transition impacting operators who are experiencing shrinking margins on their services?
12:40
  1. 20 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
    Creating a paradigm shift in development planning and impact directly on people’s lives. Envisioning the creative culture sector as the veritable catalyst for sustainable development.
13:00
  1. 40 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum
    There is a growing demand for authentic local content that subscribers can easily relate with, despite strong local demand for creative content, rampant piracy has undermined the growth of Africa’s creative industries, for instance every year, Nollywood is estimated to lose $2bn to piracy. What needs to be done?
13:40
  1. 10 mins
    • CABSAT Africa Forum

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24 - 26 May 2021

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  • Dubai Studio City

Supporting Associations

  • GVF
  • ESOA
  • IABM
  • TUYAD
  • WTA
  • APSCC
  • ASBU

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  • Digital Studio

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