INTRODUCTION The Uganda Communications Commission will hold the 8th edition of Uganda Film Festival from 29th March 2021 to 2nd April 2021. The festival will entail various activities, including film screenings, workshops and forums, organized within the festival week. The Uganda Film Festival was established in 2013 to promote the local film industry both locally and internationally, and to bring all the industry stakeholders together … Continue reading THE UGANDA FILM FESTIVAL 2021 -“Rebuilding a Resilient Creative Industry through the Pandemic”
The Uganda Communications Commission, in collaboration with Makerere University, established a National Conference on Communications (NCC) in October 2010 with the aim of strengthening communications research particularly of locally relevant solutions through discipline-specific conference series in communications. The Conference provides a national forum for the presentation of outputs of peer-reviewed research into solutions for local challenges and proposals to improve ICTs in Uganda and a … Continue reading The Sixth National Conference on Communications -‘Connectivity, Resilience and Innovation in the COVID-19 Era
Part X of the Uganda Communications Act 2013 provides for the establishment of a Tribunal to be known as the Uganda Communications Tribunal. According to section 64 of the Uganda Communications Act 2013, the jurisdiction of the Tribunal is to hear and determine all matters relating to communication services arising from decisions made by the Uganda Communications Commission (Commission) and the Minister of ICT & … Continue reading REQUEST FOR COMMENTS ON THE DRAFT UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS TRIBUNAL (PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE) REGULATIONS 2020
INTRODUCTION The Content Development Support Programme (CDSP) is an initiative dedicated to supporting the audio-visual Industry in Uganda. This initiative will provide support to Ugandan production companies and individuals for the development of Audio-visual content. This includes feature films, short films, animations, documentaries, and television dramas. It is envisaged that through this Programme, Ugandans will be able to create employment opportunities, generate revenue, acquire skills, … Continue reading CONTENT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT PROGRAMME – Supporting the audio-visual industry in Uganda.
Introduction The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) through the Uganda Communications Universal Service Access Fund (UCUSAF) has launched a call for business plan proposals to establish a collaboration in the implementation of key activities under a general thematic area of enhancing ICT adoption by Micro, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Uganda, including the informal sector, in response to the adverse effects that COVID-19 pandemic is having … Continue reading CALL FOR BUSINESS PLAN PROPOSALS FOR THE UCC/UCUSAF GRANT FOR ENHANCING DIGITAL LITERACY AND SKILLING FOR MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES
At 20 million Internet subscriptions, nearly 50% of the Ugandan population is connected to broadband, the latest communications Market Performance Report indicates. It is the first time that total Internet subscriptions in Uganda have crossed the 20 million mark, suggesting that nearly one in every two Ugandans has Internet access. During the quarter under consideration, broadband cellular subscriptions grew by 1.2 million connections from 18.9 … Continue reading UCC MARKET REPORT SHOWS POST LOCKDOWN RECOVERY
It might be authentic, and even performs as expected, but your communication device could well have been stolen. And suppose it is stolen or reported as lost, in that case, its days are numbered because the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance, Uganda Communications Commission (the Commission) and other partners in the Communications sector have undertaken measures to end the theft of phones in Uganda. … Continue reading STOLEN COMMUNICATION DEVICES’ DAYS ARE NUMBERED
The Uganda Communication Commission (the Commission) was established under section 4 of the Uganda Communications Act, 2013 (the Act) as the regulator in the development of a modern communications sector that includes telecommunications, broadcasting, radio communications, postal communications, data communication and infrastructure. In accordance with its mandate, the Commission hereby informs the general public that the radio stations listed hereunder are currently the only authorised … Continue reading LIST OF AUTHORISED RADIO BROADCASTERS IN UGANDA -radio broadcasters not on this list must resolve outstanding compliance issues.
BACKGROUND The Uganda Communications Commission (the Commission) was established under section 4 of the Uganda Communications Act, 2013 (the Act) as the regulator for the development of a modern communications sector that includes telecommunications, broadcasting, radio communications, postal communications, data communication and infrastructure. In accordance with sections 5, 21, 22 and 39 of the Act and Regulations 7 and 97 of the Uganda Communications (Licensing) … Continue reading THE UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES ON SIM CARD REGISTRATION IN UGANDA
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) had the following engagements in the two weeks ending November 27, 2020. These include; Virtual Consultation of Councilors – November 16-20 The Commission team Headed by the Executive Director participated in 2nd Virtual Consultation of Councilors. Uganda as one of the 48 Council members of the ITU. The Council is the Union’s governing body in the interval between Plenipotentiary Conferences. … Continue reading THE UGANDA COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION ENGAGEMENTS FOR THE PERIOD NOVEMBER 16-27, 2020