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African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) and Canal+ to kick against Television Signal piracy

Officials of the two corporations met in Dakar, discussed the issue as a prelude to the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations

Television Signal piracy is a real shortfall for the audiovisual industry, nowadays. During the African Nations Championship held in Cameroon in January-February 2021, opportunity was given to the African Union of Broadcasting (www.uar-AUB.org ) to (re) take stock of satellite and online piracy, during broadcast time. Out of 32 games delivered in…

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    • FIFA has entrusted the African Union of Broadcasting with the Management of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Rights in 17 Sub-Saharan countries
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FIFA has entrusted the African Union of Broadcasting with the Management of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Rights in 17 Sub-Saharan countries

The 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification process is a series of tournaments organized by the six FIFA Confederations

As a prelude to the next FIFA World Cup that will take place in 2022, in Qatar, the African Union of Broadcasting (www.uar-AUB.org ) has been handed the Free-To-Air rights for the Qualifying matches in 17 Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, thus making AUB the exclusive Partner for the commercialization of…

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    • Yaoundé Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium to welcome AFCON 2021 encounters in 2022. Drone Images: AUB Media Center
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African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2021: Football’s Coming to 100 million African Homes

Fans across the continent will be treated to first class coverage courtesy of an agreement between CAF and the African Union of Broadcasters (AUB)

As the dust settles on Euro 2020, the excitement and expectation switches to Africa in anticipation of the 33rd CAF African Cup of Nations (AFCON), taking place from the 9th January to the 6th February 2022 in Cameroon.  Fans across the continent will be treated to first class coverage courtesy…