NIGERIAN NEWS AND FEATURES
MultiChoice-owned South African network Mzansi Magic is bringing classic reality format Big Brother back to local screens for the first time in seven years.
Nigerian cartoon studio Basement Animation has partnered with the British Council to deliver the Creative Enterprise Support Programme (Animation) for 2021.
Pay TV company MultiChoice has collaborated with online learning platform Udemy to offer its DStv and GOtv customers across Africa skills advancement and development opportunities.
Global media company SPI/FilmBox has entered into a distribution deal with pan-African group Axian to offer four of its TV channels in Madagascar, Comoros and Togo.
The UK needs to do more when it comes to featuring African talent in local shows, according to the founder of Nigerian entertainment network EbonyLife and other panellists at C21Media’s Content London conference.
A National Geographic kids’ educational entertainment series is set to hit screens in Africa in mid- to late-2022.
Continental Satellite Limited formerly known as Consat is a privately-owned media and entertainment company headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria and operating under the brand name PLAY.
Cable Channels Nigeria Limited (CCNL) is a consortium of licensed Cable TV (MMDS) operators in the country with vast knowledge and experience spanning more than 20 years and some core investors