Hold on to your hats, marketers, because we’ve got some exciting news that’s going to transform the way you use Twitter Ads.
Cross-device display ad campaigns are complicated, and responsive design isn’t making life any easier.
With the entry deadline of May 31 around the corner, Loeries is looking forward to seeing a bumper crop of entries for the first ever Effective Creativity Award.
Nobody gets everything right all the time, but everyone should be striving to learn from what went wrong. I am taking the liberty of sharing these, in the hope that you won’t make these same 7 Simple Mistakes.
This year Kenya goes to Cannes as the country under the spotlight in the festival’s market section.
The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has approved the rules for next year's Oscars, with the most significant change affecting the Animated Feature Film category.
Directed by Andrew Wessels, and supported by the National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) Blitz Patrollie has been bought by sales and production company Picture Tree International after a successful three-day run at the 66th Cannes International Film Festival's market.
The Cape Town and Winelands International Film Festival announced the launch of new coproduction market the “Cape Town Film Mart” in Cannes on the 16th May. The Launch was held at the South African Pavilion in Cannes.
Eighteen projects by African filmmakers have been selected for the finance forum of the Durban FilmMart (DFM) which takes place from July 19 to 22 during the 34th Durban International Film Festival (July 18 to 28).
Vimeo recently announced their new Brand Creative Fund, which matches major brands with talented Vimeo users to create films
The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) calls for 2014 bursary applications from students who are interested in studying film related courses, at recognised tertiary institution in South Africa.
VWV launches giant entertainment and sponsorship division: VWV Massive
Google kicked off day one of I/O, its three day developer-oriented product and platform innovations showcase, at San Francisco’s Moscone Center West on Wednesday. While there weren’t any skydiving or BMX antics to marvel at this time around, the big G did deliver some news that are likely to get tongues wagging.
Tsitsi Matope of Lesotho and Benedict Tembo of Zambia, both journalists, are the winners of the 2012 Ozone Africa Media Award.
Contrary to critics alleging Rwanda on violation of Human rights, democracy and freedom of speech; the country’s recently adopted law on media regulation seems to shame such accusations and it rather demonstrates maturity in the said fields.
With an ever increasing demand on the limited funding resources available for filmmakers, it has become crucial to present a persuasive proposal and sound finance plan to potential funders.
Are you an upcoming Kenyan actor? Want to know how to get into Hollywood?
On Saturday, 15 June 2013 in Cape Town, two commissioning editors from Al Jazeera will listen to pitches from 16 African filmmakers.
A view from Satellite content deliverer SatLink targets broadcasters in Africa with Over-The-Top services and Turnkey Solutions
The founders of South Africa’s first rand-to-Bitcoin exchange platform have told HumanIPO it is 300 times faster and 10 times cheaper than traditional money transfers.
As the executive chairman of one of the biggest tech companies on the planet, Eric Schmidt seems well-placed to do some crystal ball gazing. So what does he think will be major trends in the future?
Filmmakers who understand and utilise social media can give their films a ‘lift’ that could well mean the difference between commercial success and oblivion.
Pinterest just got an upgrade that could make it easier for users to gather information by navigating in its site. Instead of exclusively linking back to the original source, pins from certain brands will now display information such as recipes, movie reviews and price information.
Whatever the cause trends happen. But, can they be created? And if so, how would you go about it?
Take part in this free & interactive workshop on 29 May in Windhoek, Namibia to learn how to effectively use new technologies to your advantage, how to create and sell stories and how to work on different levels. This workshop is part of eLearning Africa, which is taking place from 29 - 31 May.
For two exciting Hollywood-inspired days Accra will feel the heat as International Award-Winning Writer, Director and Producer Jim Jermanok presents a widely acclaimed 2-day screenwriting workshop geared toward aspiring, working and successful screenwriters, television writers and playwrights.