Ghana's migration from analog to digital TV transmission by 2014 has revealed a host of industry-related problems in the West African nation, including concerns over the lack of a law governing…
For many in attendance at Fespaco -- Africa's biggest film festival -- the conspicuous absence of English-language films seemed to suggest that not everyone was invited to the party.
Broadcasters, distribs and TV producers from across Africa gathered in Ghana last week to discuss business, debate issues and find a way forward for the continent's growing telenovela market.
Two of Ghana's biggest hip-hop stars have teamed up for the world's first pidgin English musical, a fast-paced odyssey into the daily lives of two up-and-coming rappers.
Wave of Western investment in African cinema has focused on sustainability and long-term growth.
When Nigerian-born helmer Andrew Dosunmu was looking to produce his first feature film he ran into the same trouble as other African filmmakers.
State media are caught in the crossfire in Ivory Coast, where tensions are rapidly escalating three weeks after the results of a controversial presidential election were announced.
A Nigerian animation team is winning international praise for a series of animated tales told from an African point of view.
State media has been caught in the crossfire in Ivory Coast, where tensions are rapidly escalating three weeks after the results of a controversial presidential election were announced.
Zimbabwean auds hoped to have something to laugh about last month when the country's first feature-length comedy prepared to hit the bigscreen.
A Nigerian media mogul has sued his country's secret police after being hauled in for questioning in the wake of a terror sweep that followed twin bombings last month.