The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EbonyLife TV, Mo Abudu hosted guests to a live Pop-Up activation titled ‘The Studio Experience’. The Studio Experience was designed to showcase the making of ELTV’s favourite programmes in an interactive and captivating way.
The Studio Experience held at the Tinapa Studios in Calabar on Sunday 20 July, 2014. EbonyLife TV flagship shows were broadcast live to the guests, giving unique and exclusive experience of some of Africa’s biggest TV shows, from pre to post production.
The Studio Experience started with a tour to the different studios, the guests were given the opportunity to meet with EbonyLife TV On-Air Personalities and those who make things happen behind the scenes. The shows, which were activated, live were Moments with Mo, The Spot, EL Now, Love Lounge, Fattening Room and EL Report.
“On a night one year ago, 30 June 2013 we gathered together to celebrate for a unified purpose heralding
the birth of brilliance and excellence in Global Black Entertainment Television,” Ms Abudu said. “As we celebrate again, the first anniversary since our launch one year ago, I 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 called the envy of Entertainment Television in Africa, and beyond. I congratulate this inspired team and we look forward to a more exciting future.”
The executive Governor of Cross Rivers, Liyel Imoke and his wife Obioma Liyel Imoke were both present at the event. Other guests were Gabriel Afolayan, Jadesola Osiberu, Adebola Williams, Lala Akindoju, DJ Zeez, amongst others.
About Mo Abudu
Mo Abudu is the chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EbonyLife TV, Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and Lifestyle Network. The channel currently airs pan African on DSTV Channel 165, as well as in the UK on the TalkTalk platform, providing premium, original and home-grown programming to its ever increasing viewership. In recognition of her outstanding work in diverse fields especially in the field of media and her service to humanity, she has been honoured with many laurels including the Awards by Forbes Media recognising her as the first African woman to launch a Pan-African TV channel; Entrepreneur of the year by Women Werk in New York; 25 Most Powerful women in Global TV by the Hollywood Reporter amongst many other awards. Most recently, she was honoured with an Honorary Doctorate Degree (Honoris Causa) from Babcock University.