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Conseil des Télécommunications de Côte d
ARM Holdings (United Kingdom)
Jordan Mobile Telecommunications Services - Zain Jordan (Jordan)
European Broadcasting Union
R&D Media Sarl
Instituto Especializado de Estudios Superiores Loyola (Dominican Rep.)
World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters
Universidad Nacional de la Matanza (Argentina)
Thuraya Telecommunications Company [ROA] (United Arab Emirates)
An-Najah National University (State of Palestine)
Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority
University of Nigeria (Nigeria)
Coordination Center for TLD.RU [OTHER ENTITY] (Russian Federation)
Bharti Airtel Limited
Deloitte Consulting LLP (United States)
International Air Transport Association (International)
National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (India)
Iran University of Science & Technology (Iran (Islamic Republic of))
Atlantique Télécom Côte d
Kanazawa Institute of Technology (Japan)
HT d.o.o. Mostar
AfriNIC [REGINTORG] (International (no specific country))
Centre for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe
Hitachi, Ltd.
Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development
Nuix Technology UK Limited (United Kingdom)
The Cyber Guardian Pty Ltd (Australia)
Empresa Argentina de Soluciones Satelitales  (AR-SAT S.A.)
Tactikom (Senegal)
Telekom Networks Malawi Limited (Malawi)



African Union of Broadcasting

L’Union Africaine de Radiodiffusion (UAR) à étè crée le 30 octobre 2006 pendant la 43ème et dernière session de l'Assemblée Générale de l'Union de Radiodiffusions et Télévisions Nationales d’Afrique (URTNA) à Abuja, Nigéria du 30 Octobre 2006 qui a été transformée en une Union nouvelle appelée Union Africaine de Radiodiffusion (UAR). UAR a pour objectif de faire une Union Africaine de Radiodiffusion ouverte à la diaspora et qui contribue à l’enrichissement de la qualité de vie des africains et projette la vraie image de l’Afrique.

CategoryInternational Organisations
Based inSenegal (Republic of)
ITU Global DirectoryAfrican Union of Broadcasting
Director General    
Mr Grégoire NDJAKA
Mr Grégoire NDJAKA has been the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) since January 2016. He is a senior journalist with 31 years of professional experience. He was elected on 5th October 2015 and was confirmed to this position during a General Assembly held from 27 to 28 November 2015 in Abuja, Nigeria. Before his election by the General Assembly to this prestigious position, he was the Director of Human Resources of the Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV), where he also held several other positions, notably that of Advisor No. 1 of the Director General and Deputy Director of Cooperation. In 1988, Grégoire NDJAKA graduated from the Advanced School of Information Science (Yaoundé-Cameroon), one of the best-known journalism education institutions in French-speaking Africa. He is a fellow of the Japan Foundation and has been interested in exchanging news between Africa and the Asian continent for several years. Grégoire NDJAKA holds a Master's Degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Emergencies from the Catholic University of Central Africa (CUCA/UCAD) and a Master's Degree in Project Management from the same university. He is a Knight in the National Order of Value in his country and a member of several professional organizations.