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Zee agrees second African copro

India’s Zee Entertainment Enterprises has lined up its second drama coproduction deal in Africa, this time for a scripted format remake with a Nigerian talent agency and a Ghanaian broadcaster.

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Cartoon Network contest winner named

Children’s channel Cartoon Network Africa has selected Nigerian animator Ridwan Moshood as the winner of its Creative Lab competition.

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London university honours Abudu

Mo Abudu, CEO of Nigerian broadcaster EbonyLife TV, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Westminister in London.

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Delayed TStv Africa ‘back on track’

Nigerian pay TV operator TStv Africa, which was unveiled in October last year but was put on hiatus, has resumed full operations and will this month start to sell decoders nationwide.

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Eutelsat leads in DTH satellite markets

European satellite platform Eutelsat is the market leader in the satellite TV market in Nigeria, Cameroon and Ivory Coast, according to new research.

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Otabor, Heatfactory tackle trafficking

Otabor Television and Heatfactory ICI Productions have partnered with the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons to make a movie aimed at combatting human trafficking.

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Content rules at C3 Africa Network

Nigerian content market C3 Africa Network held its third creative content conference at the Genesis Deluxe Cinema in Lekki, Lagos yesterday.

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Canadian talkshow moves to Nigeria

Canadian talkshow host, author and model Pumela Adolphus has moved her interactive TV show Truth Talks to Nigeria.

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MultiChoice unwraps festive package

Pay TV group MultiChoice Nigeria has revealed a special offer for its customers who use DStv and GOtv platforms to mark the festive season.

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Kwesé TV viewers react to channel cuts

Subscribers to the pay TV services owned by Econet Media have reacted with to the company’s decision to shutter satellite TV platform Kwesé TV and reduce the channels it offers elsewhere.

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Econet shutters Kwesé satellite platform

Econet Media has pulled the plug on its satellite pay TV service Kwesé TV as it aligns its business to growth in fixed broadband and mobile penetration on the African continent.

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Yanga! TV goes shopping

Yanga! TV, the UK-based satellite channel aimed at the African diaspora, is launching a teleshopping segment in its schedule called Yanga! Shop.