The Nigerian International TV Summit is scheduled to hold a number of industry events in France next month, including a conference in Cannes and another in Paris.
Mo Abudu, CEO of EbonyLife TV, is set to receive the 2019 Médailles d’Honneur award at the MipTV conference and market.
African pay TV operator StarTimes has reduced its decoder and antenna prices for new subscribers who sign up before March 31.
Reality TV show Our Perfect Wedding, which began in 2011 in South Africa, has arrived in Nigeria.
Chinese-owned pay TV platform StarTimes has launched a digital satellite TV service in Kpaduma, an underdeveloped rural community in Abuja.
Pay TV group MultiChoice has outlined its plans for the fourth season of reality show Big Brother Naija.
A new app has been developed and launched by BBC World Service in partnership with US-based Zeno Media.
Online auditions are underway to find the final housemate for the forthcoming fourth season of reality show Big Brother Naija.
TVC News, a subsidiary of TVC Communications, has launched a new studio at its Lagos headquarters.
African pay TV firm StarTimes has added a 24-hour news channel to its platform.
An award-winning drama described as Nigeria’s most watched TV series has been made available on the Silverbird TV network.
The winner of the first televised Interswitch SPAK national science competition has been announced.
Yanga! TV is broadcasting a series of live daily programmes on the presidential election titled Nigeria Decides Election Special.
Mega Solo Movies Academy and the Johnbosco Onunkwo Foundation are preparing a new reality show celebrating Nigeria’s different states.
Arise TV, the broadcast arm of newspaper ThisDay, has launched an Election Analysis Centre in preparation for the forthcoming general election in Nigeria.
Popular Nigerian comedy series Jenifa’s Diary has been renewed for a 15th season.
About 60 million Nigerians now make use of broadband internet, according to professor Umaru Danbatta, executive vice-chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission.
Fourteen contestants have been chosen to take part in reality singing show Hymnodia.
A reality show focusing on female students in Nigeria is set to hit screens next week.
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- Ex-TVC host moves to Play TV
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- Cable Channels Nigeria
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- MultiChoice calls for Netflix rules
- Ikeji lines up Gidi Girls for 2018
- Toke exits EbonyLife’s Moments