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Major continental media summit in Lagos

11 August 2015, 19:00

Lagos - ­African companies and individuals with vested interests in media are scheduled to converge in Lagos to discuss prevailing issues in the sector.

The meeting will be held under the auspices of The RED Summit. During the two-day event, international and local experts, alongside investors and fellow participants will have opportunities to exchange ideas about the future of media in Africa.

Red Media Africa, in partnership with Troyka Holdings and the School of Media and Communication at the Pan-Atlantic University is set to host the event on October 15 and 18.

Also read: Jonathan to attend ECOWAS summit

Nigeria, and Africa as a whole, is making giant strides in media and there's no better time to seize the narrative, tell our stories, and establish ourselves as an integral part of a fast evolving global media landscape, Isime Esene, Director of Content at Red Media Africa and Head, Organising Committee of The RED Summit‎ said.

The organizers said The RED Summit was part of events celebrating ten years of Red Media Africa's impact on Nigeria's media space.

The event will feature several invited speakers and internationally renowned brand consultancy experts. 

It will also feature a dinner and an awards night where a select group of media icons and thought leaders will be honoured for their contribution to the growing media industry in Nigeria. 

- CAJ News

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