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Filmmaker, Charles Novia gets his own first TV channel

Filmmaker and critic, Charles Novia has completed work on launching his first TV channel, Teen Africa TV.

  • Charles Novia, a popular film critic, and filmmaker has become the first Nigerian to own a TV channel solely dedicated to teenagers. 

A filmmaker and critic, Charles Novia completed the launching of his first television channel, Teen Africa TV. Charles Novia, a popular film critic and filmmaker, became the first Nigerian to own a television channel devoted exclusively to teenagers.

According to its founder and managing director, Charles Novia, “Teen Africa TV” is an exciting new niche television channel that is expected to become the first platform for teenagers in the African broadcast space. The launch of the channel for teenagers is scheduled for December 1, 2019.

“There’s nothing like this and we are building the biggest visual ecosystem of teens and young adults in Africa. Our programming has the best of original content in talk shows, lifestyle, educational, entertainment and events. We are creating the biggest content library and resource for teenagers across Africa and we have the best of ORIGINAL content on the channel. ,” Novia said in a press statement.

Novia said the channel should be broadcast 24 hours a day in all African countries and target a front-line audience of adolescents and adolescents aged 13 to 19, as well as second-base the family

Charles Novia, a popular film critic, and filmmaker has become the first Nigerian to own a TV channel solely dedicated to teenagers.

Teen Africa TV, according to the Founder and CEO, Charles Novia,’ is a new and exciting niche television channel poised to be the first platform for Teenagers in the African Broadcast Space.

The teen channel is expected to launch fully on December 1, 2019.

Teenagers on the set of a new TV show, 'Teen Perspective' on the Teen Africa TV. [Instagram/CharlesNovia]Teenagers on the set of a new TV show, ‘Teen Perspective’ on the Teen Africa TV. [Instagram/CharlesNovia]

Novia said the channel is scheduled to run for 24 hours daily across African countries and targeting first line audiences of pre-teens, teenagers aged 13 to 19 and second base young adults and the family.

There’s nothing like this and we are building the biggest visual ecosystem of teens and young adults in Africa. Our programming has the best of original content in talk shows, lifestyle, educational, entertainment and events. We are creating the biggest content library and resource for teenagers across Africa and we have the best of ORIGINAL content on the channel. ,” Novia said in a press statement.

The ‘Alan Poza’ director also noted that the teen channel is projected to launch in the United States of America in the next two years.

 

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