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WarnerMedia, StarTimes bring Toonami to Africa

US giant WarnerMedia and Chinese-owned African pay TV operator StarTimes have partnered to bring the former’s kids’ channel Toonami to multiple sub-Saharan countries.


Eutelsat, Travel Africa Network partner

Eutelsat Communications has sign a multi-year contract with Travel Africa Network to carry its first African travel channel in high definition.


NBC urges new stations to abide by codes

Nigeria’s National Broadcasting Commission has urged operators of newly licensed TV outfits to abide by the nation’s broadcasting codes.


Cartoon Network adds lockdown feature

Cartoon Network has launched a new feature in the Middle East and North Africa aimed at entertaining children at home during lockdown.


WatsUp TV counts down to Top 10

Pan-African entertainment brand WatsUp TV is launching a music-focused show called Top 10.


Africa to benefit from new subsea cable

A new subsea cable system aimed at improving internet connectivity in Africa and the Middle East is set to go live between 2023 and 2024.


StarTimes, AAU link for education

Pay TV operator StarTimes and The Association of African Universities have signed a memorandum of understanding to increase access to higher-education content in Africa.


Elba, media giants link for Covid concert

ViacomCBS Networks Africa and YouTube have partnered with British actor and producer Idris Elba to host a home-based benefit concert for Africa Day.


StarTimes donates 6,000 face masks

The Nigerian arm of Chinese-owned StarTimes Media has donated 6,000 face masks to help the country’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.


Word from the Basement

Nigerian animator Mbuotidem Johnson, CEO of Basement Animation, tells Content Nigeria about the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on production, his company and the sector at large.


Dami Solesi joins Int’l Emmys jury

Dami Solesi, CEO and creative director of Lagos-based Smids Animation Studios, has been selected as a juror for this year’s International Emmy Awards.


NTA, StarTimes ready farming reality show

The Nigerian Television Authority and pay TV operator StarTimes are preparing a reality show in which participants will receive agricultural training.