11 hours ago
Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe, has been sworn in as the Chairman of the Broadcasting Organizations of Nigeria (BON)
African’s star is rising. The continent is taking its place on the global stage as demand for our unique and exciting contribution to the world increases. Africa’s presence is finding expression in numerous fields but in few areas has it been as pronounced as in the creative arts and entertainment. We were excited to see…
13 Oct 2020
Testifying before the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating non-implementation of the Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) subscription model by satellite television service operators, he explained that the company only implemented the new Value Added Tax (VAT) rates in line with prescribed rules and regulations.
5 Apr 2020
MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) has launched its online masterclasses. The classes, which will hold on the MTF portal, will offer exclusive access to practical, industry expert-led skills workshops...
12 Oct 2019
The MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) West Africa Academy has announced the class of 2020 for a full-year, tuition free training in film and television production.
31 Aug 2019
The Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, Mr. John Ugbe, has called for better balance and increased diversity of perspectives in the country’s Brands and Marketing Communications industry.
20 Aug 2019
Brands and Marketing publication, Brand Communicator, is set to hold this edition of its Women In Marketing and Communications Conference/Awards (WIMCA) on August 30, at Muson Centre, Lagos.
11 Jun 2019
We consider the media our partner, without their support, it’ll be nearly impossible for us to build our reputation and further engage with our various stakeholders.
13 Oct 2018
In a bid to encourage young people to tell African stories through filmmaking, as well as ensure that the world sees Africa more positively through its contents, MultiChoice Talent Factory in West Africa has commenced its 12-month academy training. The 20 selected candidates from Nigeria and Ghana will begin training this month as they are…
11 May 2018
There has been a lot of focus on the figure 170 million, but to set the records straight, the 170 million votes came from 49 African countries and more than 90 per cent came from online voting.
9 May 2018
Less than two per cent of the votes came from SMS voting. Nigeria is the only country that was enabled to vote via SMS. The actual revenue generated from SMS voting could not be further from the much-touted purported figure.