Sunday, 23 September 2012

[creative-radio] 'Broadcast, Film and Convergence' in Africa: a free newsletter

'Broadcast, Film and Convergence' in Africa is a free newsletter that
provides news, interviews and articles on the African Film, TV, Radio and
Convergence market.
Reliable, up-to-date information management is key during these tough
economic times. Organisations have an ever greater need for reliable and
up-to-date information flow to support their strategy, accelerate sales and
help executives identify new services, leads, key market trends, threats
and opportunities.
'Broadcast, Film and Convergence' in Africa and its associated fortnight
newsletter service reaches out to Film makers, Producers, Broadcasters,
Content Buyers, Advertisers, Donors, Consultants, Regulators, Libraries,
Schools, Film training centers and Telecoms Service providers dealing with
the African continent. Newsletters are then posted on the Balancing Act's
website, and archives are indexed on Google search engine.
The newsletter - available in HTML format - focuses on audiovisual content,
broadcast, distribution, investments, opportunities, regulation and policy,
technology and convergence (digital, DTT, HD, mobile TV, VoD, mobile TV,
marketing processes and technologies, etc.), people and events (festivals,
trade shows, conferences and training sessions).
The publisher of this news and analysis service belongs to Southwood
Consultants Ltd, publishers of the weekly e-letter Balancing Act's News
Update that covers telecoms, Internet and computing in Africa -

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