Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), which helps businesses identify appropriate sponsorship opportunities in the arts and provides much-needed research into the arts, has experienced a surge of new members this year, adding to the organisation’s existing membership of 150 companies.
The deal will see e.tv constantly broadcasting fresh, high quality international content for free-to-air viewers in South Africa...
Soweto Community Television’s first year of broadcast ended on 30 June but it was allowed to continue broadcasting by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA)
Magnet Global Network has expanded its geographic reach and capabilities with the addition of ODA Advertising
Hot on the heels of the ICASA (Independent Communications Authority of SA) announcement last week that it had granted four new pay-TV licences, comes news that MultiChoice, which up till now has dominated the South African and African TV subscription landscape, is to expand its base in Nigeria and Angola.
Studio Briefing reports that filmmaking in the American state of Iowa has ground to a halt because of alleged abuse of the state’s tax incentive programme for filmmakers.
Three South African films continue their box office campaigns at the local cinemas. The animated Jock of the Bushveld (including 3D) (62 prints) has made a massive R9.8m in five weeks of release and was in the number six spot of the Combined Top 10 for the weekend of 26 to 28 August.
The Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Residency has announced its fifth artist’s residency which began 8 August
PrideTV, Africa's LGBTQ video on demand (VOD) channel, has launched a second tier of streaming video content to cater to its audience...
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.