Broadcasters in Africa have acquired scripted and factual programming from US-based producer and distributor GRB Studios.
Pay TV company MultiChoice Group has introduced five new bouquet packages on its DStv and GOtv platforms to help strengthen its family offering In preparation for the festive season.
Telecoms company 9mobile is to roll out 4G mobile coverage in 16 major cities in Nigeria in the coming months.
MultiChoice Nigeria has unveiled a new relationship-focused reality show, auditions for which are being held this month.
Private media outfit Next TV Digital and telco 9Mobile have signed a deal with The League Management Company for the production and broadcast of Nigerian Professional Football League content.
Pay TV service provider MultiChoice Nigeria has devised a brand campaign for its customers on the DStv and GOtv platforms to enable them to enjoy more curated contents this festive season.
MultiChoice Group’s SuperSport has revealed it will stop broadcasting Confederation of African Football content until further notice.
MultiChoice-owned pay TV operator DStv has added three factual channels to its line-up.
African pay TV group MultiChoice’s flagship channel MNet has announced it will not be televising two of its own award shows this year.
Imtiaz Patel, executive chair of African pay TV group MultiChoice, will be switching to a non-executive role in October 2020.
Nigerian writer and actor Gbemisola Ikumelo is finalising a deal to star in Abbi Jacobson’s series adaptation of the film A League of their Own for Amazon.
MultiChoice Group’s pay TV operator DStv has announced it will no longer remove two A+E Networks EMEA channels from its platform.
MultiChoice Group has partnered with the third edition of the annual Joburg Film Festival, which is set to take place from November 19 to 24.
The Apprentice Baker Reality Show, aimed at training individuals with little or no baking experience, has begun looking for contestants.
Nigerian pop-up comedy channel Naija Stand-Up is returning to TV screens.
Pay TV operator StarTimes has completed its effort to bring satellite television to 1,000 villages across Nigeria.
MultiChoice’s digital terrestrial platform GOtv is adding WarnerMedia channels Cartoon Network and TNT to its line-up.
The National Broadcasting Commission has revealed that the process of switching off Nigeria’s analogue broadcast signal will begin in Abuja next year, followed by Enugu, Kaduna, Jos, Osogbo and Ilorin.
Nigerian Communications Satellite’s plan to launch a back-up satellite using a US$150m Chinese loan has been put on hold because of technical issues.
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