Frustrated by piracy and the lax efforts to combat it, a group of African broadcasters and content producers are joining forces to curb its effects on developing markets.
African helmers can expect to get a financial boost with the announcement of an ambitious fund to benefit filmmakers on the continent.
Forget Silvio Berlusconi and his controversies. A Nigerian media mogul has sued the country's secret police after he was hauled in for questioning following a police investigation of bombings in the…
Zimbabweans are crying foul over the disputed results of another heated election.
As African broadcasters prepare to migrate from analog to digital TV, the Brazilian government has been lobbying countries to drop the North American digital standard for its South American rival.
Plagued by plummeting ratings, internal strife and a series of scandals over mismanagement, the South African Broadcasting Corp. is looking for a way out of a steadily deepening hole as it approaches…
Kenyan broadcasters and producers gathered to fete TV’s stars at the second Kalasha Film and Television Awards in Nairobi last month. But once the party was over, questions lingered as to where the…
The Rwandan government has set up an independent film commission to bring structure to the country's growing film industry.
Nigeria's first film fest think the time is right for African cinema to boost its presence.
Nigerian helmer Jeta Amata has produced the first musical by his country's prolific film industry.
Rachid Bouchareb's "Outside the Law" is Algeria's selection for the foreign-language Oscar.