Broadcasting

Hitv Commends NCC on Piracy War

As the Nigeria Copyrights Commission (NCC) opens a new front in the war against piracy with the recent raiding of Metro-Digital Cable Television, leading Nigerian pay-

Four Nigerians, Others Make Finals of CNN/Multichoice Award

Four Nigerian journalists have emerged among other Africans in the final list of the prestigious CNN MultiChoice African Journalist 2008 Competition. They include Lucas

Who Wants To Be a Millionaire Goes Online

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, popular TV reality game show, anchored by Frank Edoho has got the Internet version where subscribers to the mobile operator can

Amuta: Talent got Him this Far

As early as his secondary school days, James Amuta caught the bug when he started experimenting commercially with his writing while at the Dennis Memorial Grammar School

M-Net Launches AfricaMagic Plus on DStv

From Stand Up Zambia to Catwalk Kenya, from Idols to Living It, from Big Brother Africa 2 to Big Brother Africa 3. In the past 6 months M-Net has proudly continued to

Adesanya, NFC Boss Charges Movie Makers

Mr Afolabi Adesanya, managing director, Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), has said the just concluded Zuma Film Festival was not about personality parade, but for actors

HiTV Launches ‘Nigeria’ TV Show

‘Nigeria’, a TV reality series would be brought to the screen soon; courtesy of HiTV, the nation’s foremost indigenous Pay TV platform. Produced by the renowned Dudu

Meet Momoh, founder/CEO, Channels TV

John is a renowned broadcast journalist with a vast experience spanning 31 years. Before founding Channels Television, John worked variously as Senior Reporter; News

Eddie Kisses $200,000 Goodbye in Apprentice Africa

Eddie Mbugua, has analytical mind, a competitive spirit, calculative disposition, and a dose of humour but they were not enough to save him from the firing line. He is

Tariff, Content Draw Sharp Line between DSTV,HITV

At last, the much awaited revolution is taking place in the pay-television industry in Nigeria thanks in part to the battle for the soul of subscribers. Recall that at

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