Tuluntulu now streams 40 TV channels on mobile
Tuluntulu has added an education, talent and religious channel to its lineup of shows which are viewable on a smartphone, offering users up to 40 TV and 28 radio channels.
Hat-trick for SA animation
Revolting Rhymes scored a hat-trick this weekend, winning Best Storytelling at the Shanghai International Film and TV Festival, then Best Animation at the World Banff Media Festival in Canada, and finally the Cristal for Best TV Production at Annecy in France.
Showmax debuts own series
Showmax has kicked off the first in a series of original productions with the filming of Tali’s Wedding Diary, a mockumentary featuring Julia Anastasopoulos, better known as YouTube sensation Suzelle.
SA gets WhatsApp drama
Sanlam has launched the country’s first WhatsApp drama series which is told entirely through the medium of WhatsApp in texts, photos, voice notes and video.
Win with Gadget and Assassin’s Creed
Gadget and Ster-Kinekor are giving away three double sets of tickets to the screening of Assassin’s Creed. To enter, follow Gadget and Ster-Kinekor and show or tell us why you are the most entrenched Assassin or the most feared Templar.
Amazon Prime Video hits SA
Amazon today announced that Amazon Prime Video is now available to customers in more than 200 countries including South Africa.
SA ahead of USA with Rogue One in IMAX
The pre-release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens – in December last year set new records for pre-bookings in Ster-Kinekor’s IMAX theatres across the country.
Netflix vs ShowMax: The showdown
TV, in South Africa, is not quite dead yet. But it’s certainly headed that way thanks to the rise of on- demand video streaming services.
ShowMax Year 1: ‘What we learned’
Launched one year ago, ShowMax has clocked up over 10 million views - more than 700 years’ worth of TV shows and movies. We’ve learned much about what people watch and when they watch it, writes BARRON ERNST, Chief Product Officer for ShowMax.
Google joins SA video-on-demand entertainment war
Google joined the video-on-demand fray in South Africa this week, launching its Play Movies service into a South African market that is being defined by Showmax and Netflix