Nigerian media entrepreneur Yinka Obebe is behind plans for a new creative content hub in Lagos. He told Content Nigeria about the new venture.
Nigerian animator Mboutidem Johnson tells Content Nigeria about the challenges facing his industry and his plans for his company, Basement Animation Studios.
FremantleMedia executive Anahita Kheder discusses Nigeria’s position in the African TV market and how it can become a major player in international formats.
Content Nigeria catches up with Vesselin Shaoulov, CEO of GARB Audience Measurement in Bulgaria, to hear about the importance of audience data in the world of television.
Tolulope Ajayi, head of branded content at Lagos ad agency Insight Communications, discusses the importance of storytelling.
In a speeech to the Creative Nigeria Summit, EbonyLife TV CEO Mo Abudu, the ‘Oprah of Africa,’ revealed her company’s strategy and ambitions.
Former Nigeria Broadcasting Commission director general Emeka Mba tells Content Nigeria about the challenges that come with the digital transformation of telcos.
Content Nigeria hears from Lindsey Oliver, CEO of Africa MediaWorks, creator of the Yanga TV channel and former director of TVC, on the first day of the Creative Nigeria Summit.
Creative Nigeria Summit 2018 wrapped up successfully on Tuesday with a full day of in-depth masterclasses and industry discussions.
With the Creative Nigeria Summit underway, Content Nigeria speaks to C21Media editorial director Ed Waller, who is moderating today’s panel discussions, to get his insight into the event and the wider industry.
Think Tank Media & Advertising MD Taiwo Olukunle talks to Content Nigeria about the upcoming two-day Creative Nigeria Summit taking place in Lagos.
Anita Abada spoke to Content Nigeria’s Gabriella Opara about her experiences on reality show Script2Screen, being named the best scriptwriter and her plans for the future.
Play TV presenter and producer Labi Olayori tells Content Nigeria about her life and career, and reveals details of her new celebrity interview series The Other Side.
Boys Can Cook executive producer Stanley Aneto tells Gabriella Opara about the origins of the culinary series and discusses his plans for the future.
Concluding Content Nigeria’s month-long celebration of women in the Nigerian TV business, we profile Funmi Adenaike, general manager of Play TV.
Continuing Content Nigeria’s month-long focus on women in the Nigerian TV business, we put the spotlight on Elizabeth Ampka, Kwesé TV’s general manager.
Content Nigeria is celebrating women who have made an impact in the local TV industry and today turns the spotlight on Wangi Mba-Uzoukwu.
Content Nigeria celebrates International Women’s Day this month by focusing on notable women in the country’s TV industry, kicking off with Mo Abudu.
Nollywood star Adediwura Adesegha (aka Blarkgold) tells Opara Gabriella about her career, her plans for films and series this year and the origins of her nickname.
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