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Content Funding  |  International: Post-Brexit U.K Launches New Fund To Boost Export Of Films And Audio-Visual Content

According to our media sources, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), in partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI), has launched a fund to boost content exports. The decision comes in response to the lack of European ...
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Content Funding  |  Kenya Film Commission Invests In Fourteen Local Films

According to reports, Kenya Film Commission (KFC) has established a Film Empowerment Fund Programme to promote local content development in partnership with the Communications Authority. The programme focuses on developing feature films, documentaries and TV concepts, producing feature films and ...
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WATCH: Discussion On Establishing Appropriate Funding Infrastructure To Drive Local Content Creation And Production

Funders and those seeking funding discuss how to "Establishing Appropriate Funding Infrastructure To Drive Local Content Creation And Production" at Broadcast Media Africa (BMA)'s online Forum on Content Production and Distribution For Digital TV and Platforms.

Lack Of Structured Financing Is The Biggest Obstacle To Creating World-Class Local Content In Africa – Industry Survey

A good number of industry professionals responding to the industry Survey (conducted by this platform) on “Creating ‘Quality’ Local Content For Global Digital Audiences”, have identified the lack of structured financial infrastructure as the main barrier to creating “world-class” local ...

In-House Productions - Funded Via Internal Budget - Is How Content Is Acquired, Says 60% Of Broadcast Content Commissioners Across Africa

The majority of content commissioners and acquirers responding to the currently ongoing industry Survey (by Broadcast Media Africa -BMA) on “Creating ‘Quality’ Local Content For Global Digital Audiences”, have revealed that they predominantly use internal budgets to finance their in-house ...

Most Content Creators And Producers In Africa Rely On Self-Funding To Finance Projects - Industry Survey

The current BMA industry survey on local content production in Africa has established that for most content creation/production projects to get off the ground and move forward, producers and content creators will have to risk a substantial amount of personal ...

Stronger Funding And Financial Support Needed For African Content To Truly Go Global - BMA Industry Survey

Africa’s content creators, producers and publishers are almost unanimous in the belief that what is most needed for Africa’s local content to play on the global stage is more substantial and easily accessible funding and financing support infrastructure. The currently ...

Funding and Financing of Local Content - Understanding the Challenges & Opportunities

The need for funding and financing of high-quality local content has drastically increased over the past few months. This is because the migration from analogue to digital television means more bandwidth is freed up and available. More local channels will ...