Media entrepreneur, Mo Abudu visits Presidency, updates on EbonyLife TV

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TV host and chief executive of Inspire Africa, Mo Abudu was yesterday, April 16 2013 hosted by Presidency, on a visit to formally introduce her exciting new media platform.

She was received at the presidential villa in the Federal Capital Territory by Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity), Dr. Reuben Abati.

Mo Abudu was commended for coming up with the new, revolutionary and eagerly anticipated EbonyLife TV Channel, Nigeria’s and Africa’s first Global Black entertainment network, creating over 700 hours of non-stop, original and premium programming to be immediately transmitted to and watched in over 46 African Countries and by over 8 million viewers; with Roll Out distribution strategy also including major international platforms in the UK, United States, Brazil, Canada and other parts of Europe.

Ms. Abudu presented a detailed brief on the channel to Dr. Abati who gave his best wishes to Ms. Abudu and her partners for the channel which will soon become available to viewers on DSTV and other global platforms. He also emphasised the government’s support for the channel, as well as the creative industries in Nigeria.

“We are grateful for all the support on this historic journey to build a television channel exclusively dedicated to Nigerian and African entertainment programming,” Ms. Abudu said. “The channel, broadcasting from Tinapa in Cross River State is driven by a world-class team and will be targeted at young, discerning, ambitious, vocal, progressive and dynamic Global Black audience through a robust multiplicity of engaging platforms including TV, Web, Mobile, Apps and Live. We can’t wait to launch.

Mo Abudu
Mo Abudu
Reuben Abati and Mo Abudu during the her visit to the Presidency
Reuben Abati and Mo Abudu during the her visit to the Presidency
Reuben Abati
Reuben Abati

For more information on EbonyLife TV, visit www.ebonylifetv.com or www.xciteafrica.com or follow via Twitter on @XciteAfrica.

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