Category Archives: Broadcasters

MTN Nigeria partnered with music streaming platform TIDAL

MTN Nigeria announced a new partnership with TIDAL, global music and entertainment streaming platform. The membership will allow MTN subscribers to receive free 30 day to access music, videos, concerts, interviews and other news regarding their favourite artists across the world. Chief Digital Officer, MTN Nigeria, Srinivas Rao, said, “MTN has always been supportive of [...]

Demand Africa launches on Pluto TV

Demand Africa, streaming platform service, which acquire original content from the African Diaspora was launched on Pluto TV in the US. Demand Africa content library includes hours of scripted and unscripted TV shows and movies as well as travel and cultural shows such as Muziki Ni, Africa on a Plate, and Turn up and Dance, popular drama’s Broken Vows and Traffic, [...] South Africa to air new local TV drama in October

Durban Gen, new South African local drama, will be broadcasted on South Africa this October. Produced by Stained Glass T.V, Durban Gen is about a powerful partnership between storytellers. “We welcome Stained Glass T.V. to the eFamily and confidently look forward to the epic story of a modern-day locally produced drama. Following the immense [...]

ZTV to air new movie ‘Shaina’ in Zimbabwe

The movie, Shaina which highlights some of the best of Zimbabwes veteran and new talents, will be aired on ZTV on August 21 at 9pm. The film was produced by the creative team that brought other films like Inside Story and The Lucky Specials. Shaina stars different Zimbabwean talents like Jesesi Mungoshi, Leroy Gopal, Edmore [...]

e.TV rolls out new exciting TV shows in Ghana

e.TV Ghana is rolling out the first phase of refreshing entertainment shows, the Gong Gong Beater and SHOPPING ON e. Gong Gong Beater will be hosted by comedian Araba Attah where she will discuss the issues of the coronavirus safety protocols and her take on the recent presidential updates on COVID-19. The show will also [...]

Two-months license fee waived off for terrestrial broadcast stations in Nigeria

The federal government has announced the granting of a two-month licence-fee waiver for terrestrial broadcast stations in Nigeria by the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, as part of efforts to ease the negative effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the broadcast industry. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who stated at a meeting with [...]