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SA’s only all-inclusive broadcast, media, entertainment and AV trade exhibition takes place from 23 – 25 July 2009 at the Coca-Cola Dome at Northgate, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Mediatech Africa 2009 showcases cutting edge technologies and services from industry leaders in television and broadcast, sound and audio, lighting and staging, animation, communication and related fields.
The expo will cover the following sectors: broadcast, film and production; professional AV (sound, lighting, staging and rigging); DJ and professional music equipment; system integration; animation, new media and web; satellite and signal; computer music and production tools; and musical instruments.
The expo attracts buyers, top decision makers and influential visitors from across the spectrum. It combines the absolute in current technology with live demonstrations and special events, and offers unparalleled industry networking opportunities. Particular emphasis will be placed this year on the role these sectors can play in the successful staging of the World Cup, and the benefits thereof.
Mediatech Africa is a biennial trade fair that drew 4170 trade visitors in 2007. The event also sparked interest from around the world and a total of 233 foreign visitors attended from 26 countries, with the majority coming from Africa.
Mediatech Africa is organised by Thebe Exhibitions and Projects. Since inception in 2001 it has grown into South Africa’s most comprehensive, industry biennial exhibition, driving growth, research and development, networking, collaboration, training, and business and sales on the show floor.
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