Nollywood Comes to US Cable Stations- Feb. 1st 2013

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chiny11

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Hi all,

A welcomed innovation in the entertainment industry is here, as Nollywood movies will now be available on major cable television networks in the U.S. courtesy of Brandcast Media, Inc. Nollywood, the leader in the African movie industry, is currently the third-largest producer of feature films in the world, ranking only behind Hollywood in the United States and India's Bollywood as number two. Continue Reading

 

kaymax

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iSNT THIS BAD NEWS FOR JASON NJOKU AND THE OTHER ONLINE NOLLY CHANNELS?
You read my mind, first thing I said is 'well, it looks like Njoku' may not make it to 'billionaire' status, at least not with the iroko model. However, if you read further, it's really not competition at all, Njoku's deal is a monthly subscription, to all the movies you want that they may have available, and this one is pay per view, a lot more expensive so the onness on this is to prove value more so than Iroko so we shall see.
 

moviewizard

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If it is pay per view then it better be one of these new cinema flicks, else i don't know if Nigerians abroad would pay that much, knowing they can get other movies with same quality on iroko or youtube.
 

kaymax

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If it is pay per view then it better be one of these new cinema flicks, else i don't know if Nigerians abroad would pay that much, knowing they can get other movies with same quality on iroko or youtube.
You're even talking about Nigerians Abroad... Why would I pay that for a movie when I have Iroko, they better show value, jare. Check out the 30 days thread, no way we're paying that, forget it.
 
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