NIGERIAN NEWS AND FEATURES
MultiChoice-owned pay TV platforms DStv and GOtv have re-organised their content offerings to help subscribers stay up to date with information regarding the coronavirus pandemic.
The Actors Guild of Nigeria has revealed it is considering cancelling movie productions in some locations around the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pay TV operator StarTimes is offering more than 100 local and international channels for free via the StarTimes ON streaming platform.
Pay TV operator MultiChoice has decided to cut short reality show Ultimate Love because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The president of the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists Alex Asigbo and CEO of creative firm Plume and Partner Samuel Bob-Manuel have signed a production deal valued at N1bn aimed at boosting the creative industry in Nigeria.
Pan-African news channel Africanews has been made available on MultiChoice’s DStv and GOtv in more than 40 countries across Africa, including South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and Angola.
Continental Satellite Limited formerly known as Consat is a privately-owned media and entertainment company headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria and operating under the brand name PLAY.
Cable Channels Nigeria Limited (CCNL) is a consortium of licensed Cable TV (MMDS) operators in the country with vast knowledge and experience spanning more than 20 years and some core investors