Tuesday, 22 November 2016

PMAN, AGN Collaborates for Joint Entertainment Conference/Investment Summit in Abuja

The Nigerian Entertainment industry is a significant contributor to the nation’s economy. In the Music industry alone, they produced an average of 2000 albums of different types of music annually. 

Record sales have more than tripled in the past recent years, averaging 10 million in 2005 and rising to an estimated 50 million in 2010. Combined total revenues from all sources are estimated atover $200 million.

The Nigerian film industry, also known as Nollywood, produces about 50 movies per week, second only to India's Bollywood-more than  Hollywood in the United States. Although its revenues are not on par with Bollywood's and Hollywood's, Nollywood still generates an impressive $590 million annually. 

Thus, the PMAN and AGN joint entertainment Conference/Investment Summit presents "Unveiling the Entertainment Organised Front" in Abuja.

The conference and the investment Summit will take place on 25th of November 2016 in Sheraton Hotels & Towers Abuja.

: D'Banj failed to show up for postponed headlines uk tour, May D, Alicia Keys + More

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Here is this weeks edition of Factory78 weekly news featuring: D’Banj failed  to 
show up for postponed headlines uk tour, Alicia Keys on a Potential Wizkid Collaboration, Cassper Nyovest and AKA squash the beef & Nigerian Artist May D, Vents Anger On Instagram Users Who Linked Him To A Thief