E-Networks, a cable and satellite television provider based in Georgetown, Guyana, has added two Nollywood channels to its pay TV line-up.
The new additions are African Movie Channel (AMC) HD and AMC Series, which will offer E-Networks subscribers access to movies and series from Nigeria and the rest of Africa.
Nadia Bulkan, chief operating officer at E-Networks, said: “We’re thrilled to be adding AMC Movies and AMC Series to E-Networks’ channel line-up. Our viewers have been requesting African and Nollywood content and we are proud to provide exceptional entertainment to suit every subscriber. We have no doubt that these channels will deliver the best of Nollywood content to our customers.”
AMC’s founding director and CEO Yinka Mayungbo added: “We are delighted to partner with E-Networks, Guyana’s leading TV network, to bring our channels showcasing premium Nollywood and African content, and positive narratives of Africa, to Guyana.
“We already know from our VoD days that a significant audience for our beautiful Nollywood and African stories exist in Guyana, and we hope to further bridge the gap between cultures with this partnership.”
AMC Movies and AMC Series can be watched on E-Networks services DreamTV Wireless (channels 206 & 192), DreamTV Satellite (76 & 69), and DreamTV Fiber and DreamTV Mobile (554 & 555).