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NECLive 7
September 22, 2019

‘Why we’re discussing the importance of data, and mobile technology to creators and consumers; and what it means for the future of entertainment at NECLive7’ – By Ayeni Adekunle

When I started my career managing and promoting artistes in 1996, the industry was very crude. It was the time of Daddy Showkey and Baby Fryo and Fada U-Turn, the age of Dele Taiwo and SSP and co. There was only one private radio station, and just a few private TV Stations. DSTV was for […]

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NECLive 7
September 22, 2019

NECLive 2019 to Hold In Lagos On April 24

Annual show presents participants the opportunity to learn, showcase, and network whilst gaining the much-needed insight to operate in $8 billion industry. The Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NECLive) the marketplace for ideas, products and services in Africa’s largest creative and entertainment industry is set to hold its 7th edition on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at the […]

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Neclive6
September 22, 2019

6th Edition Of Nigerian Entertainment Conference To Hold In Lagos On April 25

–      Technology and innovation to take centre stage  –      Event to focus on understanding emerging markets, trends and opportunities. –      Conference remains free for all participants for sixth year running The sixth edition of Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NECLice), holding in Lagos on Wednesday April 25th 2018, will focus on how […]

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September 22, 2019

#NECLive5: From Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, Arole to sit on panel with comedy heavyweights

Those who don’t consume funny videos on Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are not likely to encounter Arole. But they’re likely to be in the minority. The pseudo-prophet has built his brand, and grown his relevance and revenue by tapping into one psychology: Nigerians love pastors, prophecies and preaching. And he’s not alone. There are increasingly […]

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September 22, 2019

#NECLive5: Chidinma joins music panel

The music scene is changing rapidly. Artistes and their handlers have to adapt fast or die. At a time when the world is embracing our sounds and loving our dance, it’s not in any musician’s interest to be irrelevant. What do aspiring and established acts need to know? What are the current and future opportunities […]

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September 22, 2019

#NECLive5: Ade Bantu, musician and Afropolitan Vibes organiser joins panel

Starting from just an idea a few years ago, #AfropolitanVibes, the monthly gig promoted by Ade Bantu and partners has become indispensable for many Lagosians looking to have a good time and quality entertainment in a convivial atmosphere. Afropolitan is about the only Lagos concert where you’re allowed to be yourself. No VIPs. No Table […]

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