NBC

Namibia: workers at public broadcaster go on strike

Employees at the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) go on strike following the breakdown of talks between NBC management and the labour union over a demand for salary increases.

NBC

Challenges for public media in Namibia

From funding constraints to media freedom issues and COVID-19, Namibia's public broadcaster has faced serious challenges in recent months.

Windhoek Namibian

NBC defends editorial independence following SWAPO complaint

Namibian public broadcaster defends editorial independence and restores radio services amidst financial crisis. 

NBC

Financial crisis at NBC

The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation is in the midst of a financial crisis, with significant programming and job cuts on the cards. With elections just over a month away, how will the public broadcaster continue to provide the public with vital information? 

workshop

Social media guidelines for Southern Africa to be published soon

Social media guidelines for broadcasters across Southern Africa are being developed following a collaborative 3-day workshop organised by PMA and UNESCO in Namibia earlier this week.

media freedom

Developing social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa

PMA and UNESCO’s latest workshop to develop social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa kicked off today.

SABC

SABA 2017 & SABC Annual Report

The publication of the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) 2017 Annual Report reveals few surprises to those attending last week’s Southern Africa Broadcasting Association (SABA) conference in Windhoek.

Nigeria ’s broadcasting commission clamps down on licence fees

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) of Nigeria has issued a stern warning to broadcasters with outstanding licence fees, threatening them with sanctions and shutdown if they do not comply.

Broadcast moves archive

From our Archive: High-level appointments and departures in public radio and television

Millions in Nigeria need set-top boxes before digital switch

Africa’s most populous nation to prepare for digital transition in the run-up to the 2015 switchover