AfDB supports 2010 African Media Leaders Forum

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From: 18/11/2010
To: 19/11/2010
Location: Yaoundé, Cameroon

The African Development Bank (AfDB) strongly supports the 2010 African Media Leaders Forum (AMLF) to be held from 18-19 November 2010 in Yaoundé, Cameroon on the theme, “Funding African Media in an Age of Uncertain Business Models”.  

The AMLF is one of the largest gatherings of media operators in Africa.  The inaugural AMLF was held in Dakar, Senegal, from 2–3 November 2008, and the second edition took place in Lagos, Nigeria, from 5–6 November 2009. The Forum is the only event on the continent that brings together top media executives and operators from around Africa on an annual basis. The AMLF enjoys the commitment, support and participation of influential and important media leaders and interested partners in Africa. Over 250 publishers, CEOs, managing directors, publishers and other media stakeholders and decision-makers are expected to attend this year’s Forum.


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Dawit Berhanu - Ethiopia 14/11/2010 08:21
i hope African media leaders will lead us in the proper direction for the progress of africans.
Joseph Nsom - Cameroon 13/11/2010 10:24
Uncertainty is an inherent phenomenon in business activity. The funding agencies can minimise such risks by getting proper knowledge of the business environment.



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