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User Comment(s)  | By Arthur Goldstuck, MD, World Wide Worx, South Africa

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AITEC announces that Arthur Goldstuck, a leading media analyst from South Africa, will be a keynote speaker at the third annual AITEC Broadcast & Film Africa Conference, to be held in Nairobi over 6-7 July.  He will make a presentation on “Mobile TV – the critical consumer factors”.

Announcing the keynote speaker, Sean Moroney, Chairman of AITEC Africa, said: “Arthur will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to share with delegates at the Congress. He’s one of the region’s thought-leaders in trends in electronic media, consumer use of technology, and the social landscape of the future. Together with the over 40 other industry leaders that we will have making presentations and providing workshops and master classes at the event, he will contribute to a compelling information-rich two-day programme.”

Arthur is an award-winning writer, analyst and commentator on Internet, mobile and business and consumer technologies. He heads World Wide Worx in South Africa, leading groundbreaking research into how change is affecting businesses large and small. Clients include South Africa’s major financial institutions and corporations, government departments and agencies, and international organisations.
Arthur is author of 17 books, including South Africa’s best-selling IT book yet, "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Internet", and the current guide to mobilizing the workplace, “The Mobile Office”. Through Penguin Books, he has also published five books on urban legends.

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