Our Speakers

Fawzia Ali

Chief Consumer Business Officer


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Kennedy Munyangeyo

Head of Digital

Rwanda Broadcasting Agency

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Morka Tesfaye

CEO and Co-Founder


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Samuel Tebandeke

CEO & Co-Founder

Kiasi TV

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Kevin Kaija

General Manager


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Myke Mwai

Head of Content


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Fred Afune

Director of Radio, Operations, ICT, and Technical Services

Royal Media Services

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Aggrey Mugisha


Albayan Media Ltd

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Guy Kamgaing

Founder and CEO

StarNews Mobile

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Yahya Mohamed Kimaro


Azam Media

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Susan Kimanzi

Partnerships & Business Development Lead

White Rhino Films

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Philipp Hoffmann

Founder & Managing Director


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Benn Mwala

Head of ICT

Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

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Jaime Byaruhanga

Manager SIGNET

Uganda Broadcasting Corporation

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Vincent Kipkoech Korir

Head of technical

Standard Media Group

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Gitanjali Parida

Director –Transformation, Customer Experience & Asset Profitability


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Monicah Waceke Ndung’u

Chief Operating Officer

Nation Media Group

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Emma Gichonge

General Manager, East Africa


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Esther Mukima

Head of content- Viusasa

Royal Media Services

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Albert Nduatih

IT Director

Airtel Kenya

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Daniel Gakuba

Head of DW- Kiswahili Service

Deutsche Welle

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Victor Murithi

Regional Digital Director

Havas Africa Kenya

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Daniel Belayneh


Arts TV

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Carol Wachira

Director Marketing & Digital


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Chisom Anoke

Head of Global Expansion


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Kenneth Ngaruiya

Group Chief Executive Officer

Mediamax Network Limited

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Timothy Odhiambo Owase

Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Film Commission

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Our Research Highlights

Multichoice’s record loss of subscribers: just as much to gain for Showmax relaunch?

On 10 January 2024, Multichoice announced an agreement with rights holder New World TV, enabling SuperSport to broadcast all AFCON matches. Despite the initial failure in securing the rights, a distribution agreement was finally reached with the Togolese broadcaster. This achievement for the South African media giant comes against a difficult backdrop, with its satellite service DStv recording a decline in subscribers and profits at Q3 2023 in South Africa, marking the first downturn in the company’s most dynamic market. Notably, subscriber numbers fell by 7% between Q1 and Q3 2023. This reversal prompts questions about the sustained success of Multichoice since its inception. Until 2018, Pay TV revenues in South Africa surpassed the combined revenues of all other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Even though the balance of power has shifted since then, South Africa’s Pay TV revenues still account for approximately 70% of the combined revenues of other African countries.

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OTT in Africa: can mobile operators transform their 550M internet users into streamers?

On August 3 2023, the American streaming platform Disney+ launched a mobile plan in partnership with MTN in Africa, giving access to the entire Mickey Mouse catalog on top of data plans. Internet connectivity remains one of the main obstacles to the full adoption of OTT in Sub-Saharan Africa. By partnering with mobile operators, platforms can offer packages that include both a subscription plan and data at low cost and with a simplified payment method, since everything is reconciled on the mobile bill. While a year ago, Vodacom’s platform Video play appeared to be a great success , its closure at the end of 2022 has called into question the ability of mobile operators to sustain competitive and profitable platforms. Then, how far can telecom operators be involved in the OTT market?

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