Big Brother Naija housemate Anto has become the latest to be evicted from the reality show.
Victor Okhai, veteran journalist, producer and filmmaker, has confirmed he will be standing in Nigeria’s 2019 presidential elections.
Nigerian rapper and comic Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, will feature in an original TV drama series from BLK Prime, a Silicon Valley-based subscription SVoD platform.
Nigerian hip-hop artist Olamide Adedeji, popularly known as Baddosneh, has launched a TV channel on cable platform Play TV.
MipTV is set to hold another edition of its programme market in Cannes, France in April, this time with a big delegation of Nigerian TV executives in attendance.
Abuja-based High Definition Film Academy is preparing to launch the seventh edition of its reality TV show on March 24.
Leo and Ifu Ennada have been evicted from the Big Brother Naija reality TV show.
BBC Hausa, the Hausa-language offering from BBC World Service, has launched an app that is available to mobile users worldwide.
Toyin Subair, exec chairman of media company Digital Play, has called out to the federal government to regain control of Nigeria’s TV industry from foreign companies.
Lagos-based Ultima Studios has announced it will be producing the Nigerian adaption of TV gameshow Dragons’ Den, through a deal with Sony Pictures Television.
Lai Mohammed, Nigeria’s minister of information and culture, has claimed that the country is building Africa’s biggest and most lucrative free-to-air TV platform.
Lagos-based MFI Xquisite Koncepts is set to begin production on a gospel music talent show, with auditions being held next month.
Team Gelah (Ahneeka and Angel) have been ejected from the Big Brother Naija house during the reality programme’s live eviction show this week.
Child comedienne Emmanuella and popular musician Davido, both from Nigeria, have been nominated for the 31st Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.
Hispanic broadcaster Telemundo and Indian-owned channel Zee World have responded to recent accusations that they are flooding Nigeria with foreign programming.
Nigeria’s minister of information and culture has appealed to UNESCO for assistance in growing the country’s media industry.
UK firm Africa MediaWorks has launched an entertainment channel aimed at the African diaspora on Sky’s pay TV platform in the UK.
Market organiser Discop has partnered with a network of animators to set up an initiative designed to support and grow the African animation industry.
Pay TV operator MultiChoice has announced that the sixth edition of the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards will take place on September 1 this year.