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Exclusive world premiere of Oliver Tambo on AfriDocs this December

This month, AfriDocs on BET is proud to present a powerful broadcast event, the world premiere of the just completed biopic: Oliver Tambo: Have You...

New Panasonic GH5S and Atomos Ninja Inferno – a dream combination for low light...

Panasonic recently released their new GH5S mirrorless camera with amazing low light capabilities. Unleash its full capability by combining it with the Atomos Ninja Inferno 4K monitor/recorder...

LED lighting – transforming the game

Recent technical specification changes associated with broadcast formats such as 4K and 8K have challenged traditional stadium lighting capabilities and therefore live broadcasts from such venues. 

Kwesé streamlines workflow with Marquis’s Medway

Kwesé has taken delivery of a Medway system, supplied by Zimele Broadcast

Botswana Television employs TSL Products’ advanced broadcast solutions

Botswana Television became Africa’s first fully digital TV station when it first went on air

NFVF cycle 3 funding applications to commence

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) call for cycle 3 funding applications will open on 3 January 2018. The call for cycle 3 funding applications...

Liyana – A Swazi story told through the voices of children

“We were honoured that the children were willing to share their stories with us. Throughout the filmmaking process we felt a lot of responsibility...

ICASA publishes document on digital sound broadcasting services

ICASA has published a discussion document on Digital Sound Broadcasting Services

MultiChoice moves to exceed consumer expectations with IP platform from Imagine Communications

The new facility is being implemented by Concilium Technologies, using Imagine Communications’ software-defined microservices products and IP interfacing technology

Broadcast Solutions helps Kenya’s Switch TV go live with novel HD TV-studios

Broadcast Solutions implemented a new HD TV-studio facility for Switch TV, a new channel in Nairobi, Kenya
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