MNET is the leading subscription-funded television channel in South Africa.
Established in 1986 by Naspers, the channel offers a mix of general entertainment, children's programmes, sports and movies, some of which are locally produced.
(NETWORKNEWS24) Limited is a new generation Nigerian media company that aims to bring high quality television news content to Nigerians and the world. NN24 has created an international Network consisting of seasoned professional reporters bringing local news from all regions of Nigeria and international news from around the globe. With a strong affiliate partnership with CNN International, primary distribution platform DStv and a news content deal with Reuters; NN24 aspires to be the leader in the Nigerian media industry for concise and reliable television news, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Completion Films is committed to the development and production of globally dynamic feature films (and occasionally documentaries) directed by some of the most talented filmmakers from Africa. Our unique background in both the American and African film market allows us to provide these filmmakers with the support and guidance necessary to create a path towards exposure to a wider global audience. Our development slate also includes an array of historical and social films. We develop our feature content through our first-look deal with Focus Features, where our unique relationship and mandate in seeking out African content has also led to the creation of the Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program.
A UK based premier lifestyle African Magazine.
Soundcity is one of the leading music channels in Nigeria.
African Film Library
The African Film Library is an M-Net initiative showcasing the best of the African film industry – making the movies easily accessible for movie aficionados around the world. The library consists of award-winning works from more than 80 producers including Senegalese Ousmane Sembene and Djibril Mambety, Yousef Chahine from Egypt and Haile Gerima from Ethiopia.
Trace Urban is a French music video television network devoted to playing urban contemporary music videos, founded by the French businessmen Olivier Laouchez and Claude Grunitzky.