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Corporate Nigeria rallies behind AMAA 2014


Issued by The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) http://www.ama-awards.com

Corporate Organisations in Nigeria led by the telecommunication giant, Globacom, Sterling Bank, MRS Oil & Gas and First City Monument Bank have come out to sponsor the 10th anniversary of the Africa Movie Academy awards through sponsorship of

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AJA Debuts CION: 4K/UHD/2K/HD Professional Camera


Issued by Touchvision http://www.touchvision.co.za

AJA Video Systems recently announced CION, an entirely new professional camera. CION features an ergonomic design and is capable of shooting at 4K/UltraHD and 2K/HD resolutions.

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If your stolen gun was there, so were you

If your stolen gun was there, so were you


Issued by KEViN LiKES http://kevinlikes.com

Frieze Films Tony Baggott directed If Your Stolen Gun Was There, So Were You, Y&R’s new PSA for Gun Free South Africa. The spot calls on all South Africans to hand in their firearms.

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Abdullah's parents: Thuraya Elshamy & Elshamy Nusehy Elshamy

#SaveAbdullah: Egyptians speak out for detained Al Jazeera journalists


Issued by KEViN LiKES http://kevinlikes.com

Prominent Egyptians have begun to call for the release of Al Jazeera’s journalists detained in their country.

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Only Good Reports for local film


Issued by The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) http://www.ama-awards.com

New Brighton Pictures has announced that local film Of Good Report has been nominated in 13 categories at the African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA).

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Lifelines: How To Slay A Dragon

SA filmmaker documents how to slay a dragon


Issued by KEViN LiKES http://kevinlikes.com

Screened on Al Jazeera English on 8 May 2014, Lifelines: How To Slay A Dragon profiles the steady elimination of Guinea worm in South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, where almost all of the last 148 cases are found.

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Lack of African audience research is holding back TV market (except in SA)


Issued by Balancing Act http://www.balancingact-africa.com/

n Africa, there are a few audience measurement research firms that collect and market television ratings' data. Balancing Act's analyst Sylvain Béletre looks at the state of the market and the implications of TV audience measurement in Africa.

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TV programme distribution across Africa: issues and solution


Issued by Balancing Act http://www.balancingact-africa.com/

Africa Media Management (AMM) and its AfricaXP Channel bouquet addresses content packaging and trading issues in Africa with a game changing business model and a cloud based channel delivery platform. They call it AXP 1.0.

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AzamTV sets out to become another pan-continental pay TV challenger starting its home market, Tanzania


Issued by Balancing Act http://www.balancingact-africa.com/

Despite the seemingly unassailable position of DStv in the pay TV market in Sub Saharan Africa, challengers keep coming forward to take them on.

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Viewsat sees a doubling of satellite TV channels in Africa in 2014


Issued by Balancing Act http://www.balancingact-africa.com/

There are now over 1500 TV channels broadcast via satellite over Africa. African TV channels are expanding their footprint in and outside of Africa to increase their audience.

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