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Satellite dishes connect township residents to South Africa's DSTV television network, owned by telecommunications giant Naspers, in Khayelitsha township, Cape Town, 19 May, 2017. Reuters/Mike Hutchings
Reimagined advertising strategies for an evolved TV audience
WarnerMedia and AzamTV strengthen East African partnership
Pay-tv cap won't save the SABC, measurement and innovation will
MultiChoice's Showmax invests in African content for growth
Media Brokerage Africa spearheads pan-African broadcast media solutions
Data insights: Platforms - value in content mapping and viewing
Collaborative tool launched for advertising and media decision-makers
Challenges facing SABC's proposal to collect license fees on private streaming channels
Passions are a good bet in a recession
African Sports Content Network is decentralising consumer access to quality sports products
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DStv Media Sales to partner with international media group, WarnerMedia, as representative for its key TV channels in SA
Media un-usual
KFC's The First Colonel to Conquer eSports campaign. Image supplied.
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Grand Prix winning campaign; Fox Cricket.
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Creating relevant brands for African audiences
John Ugbe.
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Yolisa Phahle, CEO of general entertainment at the MultiChoice Group, presenting the final keynote session of the second day of AfricaCom 2019.
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Icasa's proposed sports broadcasting regulations: A bleak future for SA sports
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#Batman80: How TNT Africa celebrated 80 years of Batman
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Managing director for the A+E Networks Africa's EMEA territories, Dean Possenniskie. Image supplied.
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Mo Abudu.
Senegal to complete DTT changeover by end 2019
BBC focuses on branded services in Africa
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