As you may read about, on our website, we regularly work in Africa. From high-profile multichannel TV services to small, cost effective radio and TV studios, we’ve worked on a wide variety of projects.
25 years ago, Phil had the privilege of launching a couple of radio stations in Zambia (still going today).
Through the many contacts he’s made – including former colleagues who have gone on to greater things – we are often approached by entrepreneurs in Africa wanting to launch their first radio station or TV channel.
On occasion, we have also received donated kit and provided this to broadcast startups in Africa to great success.
Should you have any equipment that is still operational, specifically for radio (but potentially also for TV), we would be very pleased to talk to you to arrange for it to be donated to broadcasters in Africa. Once donated, you would have no further responsibility for this equipment e.g. for Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and to guarantee this, we would offer to purchase the equipment for a very small nominal sum, ensuring you have a full audit trail of disposal. Your donation would help media plurality in Africa and will be warmly welcomed. We would be very pleased, if required, to provide photographs of your equipment being used in situ.