Naspers, one of the largest technology investors in the world, plans to separately list entertainment subsidiary MultiChoice on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
The first MultiChoice Talent Factory Academy, which was unveiled in May, is set to begin in Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia.
MultiChoice Nigeria executives have outlined their hopes for the MultiChoice Talent Factory initiative, which will see 60 students being trained by the firm.
The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation held a summit at the StarTimes headquarters in Beijing attended by the presidents of 18 African countries.
Nigerian regional IPTV service provider Pipul TV is set to use V-Nova’s Perseus Plus video technology when it launches.
Econet Media, the main backer of African pay TV platform Kwesé Play, is to receive this year’s judges’ award at Amsterdam trade convention IBC.
Accelerate TV has launched a new music show, titled Audio Candy. It is hosted by movie producer and rapper Ikon, who will interview other guest artistes.
Yanga TV, the UK channel that targets the African diaspora, has begun streaming its programmes via its online platform.
A new television channel has been introduced by pay TV platform Play TV, titled Akaugo TV.
The Lagos Comic Convention (LCC) is set to take place this weekend, and organisers say the event is bigger than ever.
The Cartoon Network has launched a PowerPuff Girls Award competition, with entries open until October 15 and the winner to be declared by the end of the month.
Mo Abudu, the founder and CEO of African network EbonyLife TV, has launched a mentorship scheme to coincide with her 54th birthday.
Agricultural business organisation AgroNigeria, based in Ikeja, is set to launch a television series.
Nigerian producers have called on the National Broadcasting Commission to intervene in the issue of paying for airtime, with one claiming “ridiculous rates” are leading to content repetition.
Nigerian film makers and TV producers are constantly battling with the high rate of piracy and dubbing of online materials by viewers, Nigeria International Television Summit delegates heard this week.
Producers deliberated on the issue of revenues at the recently concluded Nigeria International Television Summit.
Carving a niche is key to establishing a channel brand in a crowded market, delegates at the Nigeria International Television Summit were told earlier this week.
Animation is an often-neglected part of Nigeria’s media industry but this is beginning to change, delegates at Nigeria International Television Summit heard.
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