MultiChoice’s skill factory starts


The highly-anticipated MultiChoice Skill Factory, MTF, masterclasses, the flagship Business Shared Worth task of MultiChoice Nigeria, will start on Friday, the company revealed in a declaration.

According to the declaration, the masterclasses will provide the market with finest in class workshops to increase MTF’s up-skilling outreach to developed movie and tv market specialists focused on establishing technical abilities in cinematography, audio and storytelling to enhance the quality of regional productions.

Partners, individuals.

The masterclasses will be powered by numerous market partners as part of the shared worth effort’s 3 touch points along with the MTF Academy and the future released market networking website.

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Individuals will be drawn from throughout the spectrum of the market, with delegates from the Nigeria Tv Authority, NTA, Lagos Tv, independent tv production business and leading Nollywood specialists.

These will be led by well-respected professionals such as South African director and manufacturer, Bobby Heaney; achieved sound expert from Dolby India, Vikram Joglekar; pan-African storytelling and innovative expert, Allison Triegaardt; acclaimed Kenyan movie manufacturer, Appie Matere, and Jonathan Kovel, the cinematographer behind the acclaimed South African movie Ayanda.

In addition, an unique MTF masterclass on Nollywood will be assisted in by Femi Odugbemi, Nigerian film/television professional and Academy Director for MTF Academy, West Africa.

” We are thrilled about the launch of this next touch point of MTF, as it declares our dedication to supporting the market and promoting sustainability by developing shared worth through quality shows for our consumers,” stated John Ugbe, President, MultiChoice Nigeria.


The masterclasses will exist with assistance from Dolby Laboratories and FOX Portugal, which both play a vital function in priming the MTF Academy trainees as essential gamers in the development and sustainability of Africa’s innovative movie and tv market.

Discussing the workshop Odugbemi stated: “The success of these MTF masterclasses will, in time, provide a more professionalised, networked movie and tv market throughout Africa and a broadened neighborhood of highly-skilled specialists, who are enthusiastic about developing quality home-grown material.”




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