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Audu to direct first movie

Nollwood actress and producer Judith Audu, star of 2016 film Just Not Married, has announced she will be moving into the world of film directing.

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Big Brother star unveils fitness show

Ekemini Ekerete, the former housemate from Big Brother Naija season two and now CEO of 6 Packs Nigeria, is set to launch a fitness show on TV.

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StarTimes feels the Love

Nigerian pay TV platform StarTimes has added another channel, LoveWorld Plus, to its bouquet at no extra cost to subscribers.

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DGN unveils Africa Creative Summit

The Directors Guild of Nigeria is set to convene the first edition of Africa Creative Summit, aimed at filmmakers and technical experts, in April.

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StarTimes builds up Classic offering

Nigerian Pay TV platform StarTimes has expanded the channel line-up in its Classic bouquet at no extra cost to subscribers.

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Celebs line up for reality show

A new Nigerian reality TV show, Celebrity Housemates, is set to launch on January 12 and air until February 11.

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VP defends Nigerian media freedom

Nigeria’s vice president Yemi Osinbajo has spoken about the challenges faced by the country’s media at a forum marking the 50th birthday of top journalist Kadaria Ahmed.

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Terror doc racks up YouTube views

A Nigerian documentary about terrorist group Boko Haram was the sixth most-viewed video on YouTube in the country in 2017.

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Dog racing net heads to Nigeria

Greek gaming company Vermantia has teamed up with the UK’s Arena Racing Company to launch a live greyhound racing channel in Africa.

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DSO reaches Kwara, Kaduna

Nigeria’s Federal Government has begun the switch-over from analogue terrestrial broadcasting to digital transmission in the states of Kwara and Kaduna.

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StarTimes, VOE bring Youth Cup

Pay TV platform StarTimes TV Nigeria is working with the Abuja-based VOE Foundation to host the FC Bayern Youth Cup.

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Inferno at CTL studio

The premises of Abia state’s popular cable television network Communication Trends Limited (CTL) have been gutted by fire.