Rok be programmed with thousands of hours of Rok Studios-produced TV shows and movies and will be run by Rok teams in Lagos and London.
Rok CEO Mary Njoku, who founded Rok Studios in 2013, described the new Rok channel as a celebration of “African stories” and “all things Nollywood”.
“Nollywood’s appeal is truly global; it is not just for Africans, but for film fans in general. As a production house, we have been obsessed with curating amazing African content and telling African stories our way, and with the launch of Rok on Sky, we can bring our stories to millions more.”
The free-to-air channel will be available to all Sky subscribers on channel 344 from Thursday September 29.
Rok and Rok Studios are part of Nigerian internet and entertainment company Iroko, the provider of over-the-top subscription service IrokoTV.
REMINDER: Complete the survey to win an Amazon Echo Show! digitaltveurope.com/intelligence/s…
20 October 2020 @ 12:30:00 UTC
AMC ties up Globecast deal for EMEA channel distribution digitaltveurope.com/2020/10/20/amc…
20 October 2020 @ 09:53:06 UTC
UK’s ITV restructures to focus on streaming, with Kevin Lygo taking new role digitaltveurope.com/2020/10/20/uks…
20 October 2020 @ 09:52:27 UTC