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14th African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) General Assembly to be held from 16-20 May 2023, in Abuja, Nigeria

African Union of Broadcasting (AUB)

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The 14th Ordinary Session of the General Assembly of the African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) ( will be held from 16 to 20 May 2023, in Abuja, Nigeria.

This year’s theme is “The Impact and Challenges of African Broadcasting in the Digital Transformation of the World”.

These major events will mark this edition benchmarking on innovation in broadcasting in Africa.

16/05/2023: Executive Board meeting.

17/05/2023: Forum on the theme: “The role of the media in promoting the African Continental Free Trade Area for wealth creation”.

18/05/2023: Symposium on the theme: “The impact and challenges of African broadcasting in the digital transformation of the world”.

19/05/2023: Symposium on the theme: “Putting Public service broadcasting at the forefront of the public health agenda in Africa”.

From 16 to 20/05/2023: Permanent exhibition (Stands available).

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The 14th General Assembly of the AUB provides an opportunity to decipher the attitude of African media to major digital issues that are transforming the world. It will allow businessmen, general managers, academics, experts, to work on wealth creation in the media sector. 

A massive show called AUB SHOW, will be organized. Various artists from around the continent will demonstrate their know-how, in the presence of special guests.

The AUB will also reward the efforts of information professionals. An awards ceremony of the 1st edition of the AUB Media Contest will crown the work of this 14th edition.

Grégoire NDJAKA

Director General

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of African Union of Broadcasting (AUB).

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