by crossriverwatch admin
On the 30th of June 2013, media mogul Mo Abudu launched the entertainment and lifestyle television network with a grand affair at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The production team of the network has announced plans for a riveting and fascinating event spectacle to mark the 1st anniversary of its broadcast and dominance in the media and entertainment landscape of the continent.
EL is set to celebrate its first anniversary with a brand new African first – a live Pop-Up activation titled The Studio Experience, designed to showcase the making of some of its favorite programs in an interactive, captivating and entertaining way.
The event will take place live at the Tinapa Studios in Calabar, on Sunday 20th July 2014. It will be an event where TV meets Art meets Music, is a must attend for all.
A lot of network’s shows will come alive right before the guests, giving them that unique and exclusive experience of witnessing how some of the channel’s major shows are put together, from pre-production to post-production.
It will be a day of glitz, gloss and glam. BN Events will bring you photos after the event as soon as they are available.
On the upcoming event, Mo says “As we celebrate again, the first anniversary since our launch one year ago, let me express my deepest thanks and heartfelt gratitude to God and to everyone in the EbonyLife TV family.
“We have come this far because we stood together, worked together and believed in the dream to create what is today the envy of Entertainment Television in Africa, and beyond.”
Ebony Life TV has been rated in the top 25% of all channels watched on DStv with over 15million viewers in 44 countries.
culled from Bella Naija
follow us on twitter @crossriverwatch
Since You Are Here, Support Good Journalism
CrossRiverWatch was founded on the ideals of deploying tech tools to report in an ethical manner, news, views and analysis with a narrative that ensures transparency in governance, a good society and an accountable democracy.
Everyone appreciates good journalism but it costs a lot of money. Nonetheless, it cannot be sacrificed on the altar of news commercialisation.
Consider making a modest contribution to support CrossRiverWatch's journalism of credibility and integrity in order to ensure that all have continuous free access to our noble endeavor.