The lawsuit filed last month against Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria and the CEO of Channels TV John Momoh has been dropped.
The 2019 edition of the Cowbellpedia Secondary Schools Mathematics TV Quiz Show is now accepting registrations from schools wishing to participate.
The number of pay TV subscribers in Sub-Saharan Africa will grow to 45.63 million by 2024, according to the newly published Sub-Saharan Africa Pay TV Forecasts report.
TVC Communications network TVC News has been named Best Television Station of the Year at the 26th Nigeria Media Merit Awards.
The Lagos state government has launched a reality series showcasing the work of emergency management agencies.
Reality show Hymnodia has been unveiled at an event at Ikeja City Mall in Lagos, where visitors were treated to renditions of hymns.
A new television programme titled Ready to Run has been launched by Yiaga Africa, a pro-youth advocacy organisation based in Abuja.
Africa’s largest pay TV operator MultiChoice has called for regulations to be imposed on Netflix as it blames the US-based streaming service for the subscriber losses it has suffered since 2017.
Mo Abudu, CEO of Nigeria’s EbonyLife TV, has been made a director of the New York-based International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Anambra-based musician and model Peter Edozie (aka Peejay) has been named winner of the 2018 reality TV show Yes You Can.
Independent Nigerian media outfit Daar Communications has appointed Nornah Awoh to its board as an independent director.
The 30 interns set to feature in the first season of sports reality show Fired! have been chosen.
African pay TV company MultiChoice has acquired the broadcast rights to the 2018/19 Emirates FA Cup, the knock-out tournament organised by the Football Association of England.
The Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State is set to reopen this week after it was shut down by Nigeria’s broadcast regulator the National Broadcasting Corporation last summer.
Over the Christmas season, 30 or more local and national TV channels were made available on Nigeria’s FreeTV platform, thanks to digital switchover.
Malaysia-based digital entertainment platform iflix has sold its African service, Kwesé iflix, to telecoms company Econet Global.
Yobe State Television, the only state-owned station in Damaturu, Yobe State, is on the brink of financial collapse.
The Nigerian International TV Summit is calling out to Nigerian independent producers to submit TV content based on certain criteria.
Pay TV operator DStv is marking its 25th anniversary by offering its DStv Explora package at a reduced rate.
- Yanga TV preps for UK launch
- Ex-TVC host moves to Play TV
- Play TV adds to channel line-up
- Zee World unveils show line-up
- Cable Channels Nigeria
- Continental Satellite Limited
- Women in TV: Wangi Mba-Uzoukwu
- MultiChoice calls for Netflix rules
- Ikeji lines up Gidi Girls for 2018
- Toke exits EbonyLife’s Moments