Rupert Murdoch withdraws bid to purchase Time Warner

After much speculation media tycoon and CEO of Twenty-First Century Fox Rupert Murdoch...

O’MAGE forms partnership with Jack Morton Worldwide

Leading experiential marketing agency Jack Morton Worldwide has formed a strategic partnership with Johannesburg based O’MAGE Ltd.

DISCOP AFRICA 2 generates business

DISCOP AFRICA 2, the matchmaking and networking event targeting sub-Saharan African’s free and pay television platforms, concluded last week in Nairobi on a positive note with attendees expressing optimism regarding the future of the television business in Africa.

Pay-TV licence process welcomed by Telkom Media

The hearings into satellite and cable subscription broadcasting kicked off in Sandton on Monday, 28 May. Telkom Media has issued a press release to say that it welcomes the commencement of the ICASA hearings to grant new satellite pay-TV licenses for broadcasters as it will extend competition and offer TV consumers more choice at attractive prices.

Joburg Film Festival to launch Youth and Audience Development Programme

The inaugural Joburg Film Festival will take place from 28 October to 5 November showcasing more than 60 local and international films...

Grammy fever on Vuzu and Channel O

Pay-TV music channel Channel O and youth channel Vuzu will be airing a slate of specially created packages during a week-long build-up to the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday 12 January.

The future of transportation on CNN

On the Move, a week-long mini-series exploring the future of transportation, will air on CNN Connect the World from Monday 21 November to Friday 25 November at 9pm GMT / 10pm CET.

Oracle comes on board with Pendoring

This year's category for the best Afrikaans above-the-line campaign is sponsored by Oracle Airtime Sales, which makes Oracle one of only four main ...

SABC responds to “deathtrap article”

South African public service broadcaster SABC has issued the following statement following the publication of the article "SABC staff in a "deathtrap'’ in Sowetan Live on 27 July.

CISAC launches inaugural Copyright Summit

To coincide with its participation in MIDEM 2007, CISAC (the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers) announces its Copyright Summit, the first international forum where all players from the cultural and NICT sectors are invited to debate the future of copyright. It will be held from 30-31 May 2007 at the Sheraton Hotel & Tower in Brussels (Belgium).
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