Jersey Shore returns to MTV

Season five of MTV's hit series Jersey Shore will premiere on MTV (DStv channel 321) on 18 March at 11pm.

CNN serves up food and culture

This week on Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, American chef, author and television personality Bourdain travels to the Congo...

Kagiso Media invests in Ghanaian media giant

Kagiso Tiso Holdings, through its media subsidiary Kagiso Media, has acquired 37% of GMABC...

Global series gains momentum

Cape Town-based Don Edkins of STEPS International is executive producing Why Poverty? - a documentary series consisting of eight long films and 30 short pieces produced by filmmakers from around the world. At the time of going to press 40 broadcasters had committed to the project

High schools film fest

The learners of the Safer Schools Video Production Programme, organised by Cape-based Youth Media Movement, have produced four five-minute videos on the theme of safer schools.

“Hi-Def Cowboy’ comes to SA

International digital asset management guru, Bryson Jones, also known as the "Hi-Def Cowboy’, will present a session at the Screen Africa Technology + Production Conference on 20 July at the Coca-Cola Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg...

Loeries and Pendoring ring in changes

South African brand communication awards, the Loeries, are expanding the experience in Cape Town this year, incorporating the Loeries Judging Week and Seminars, as well as welcoming the Pendoring Awards, which celebrate Afrikaans advertising, to the 3rd Creative Week Cape Town

Emmy winners announced

The drama Homeland and the sitcom Modern Family were the big winners at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmys, presented on 23 September at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Homeland...

TopTV comments on planned Adult Pack

South African satellite pay-TV operator Top TV has issued the following statement in response to the South Gauteng High Court’s granting an interdict to halt the broadcast of its planned stand-alone porn bouquet.

Ann Nurock appointed president & CEO Grey Canada

Ann Nurock who has served as CEO of Grey Africa since 2004 has been appointed President and CEO of its Grey Canada operations. The agency will name a successor in the near future.
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