The Africa Channel's Production Arm To Sell "African Content" Globally
TAC Studios, the production arm of The Africa Channel is reported to have concluded licencing deals that would take its slate of lifestyle shows to a number of global and digital networks. TAC Studio says the agreements it has signed are in line with its commitment to offering "contemporary stories, authentic voices, and quality productions reflecting the African experience worldwide."
Reporting on the story indicates that TAC content such as "Minjiba Entertains", "Africa On A Plate", "May's Kitchen" and "World Wide Nate" has been licenced to middle east's Discovery Networks and OSN as well as Tastemade (USA), SBS Food (Australia), Radio Television Brunei (RTB), the Urban Movie Channel (USA) and Emirates Airlines.
Brendan Gabriel, Vice-President, Production, TAC Studios said: "We are delighted by the reception our shows are receiving by leading global networks as the demand for African content continues to increase with international audiences. These licensing deals continue to support our mission to develop and produce content, both scripted and unscripted, that bring Africa, its stories, and heritage to global audiences."
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