Kwese Iflix supports BusTop TV in production of second series of 'Comic Tick'

Wednesday 19 December 2018 | 10:39 CET | News
Kwese Iflix has partnered Zimbabwean media company BusTop TV to support the production of a second series of the comedy show "Comic Tick". Bustop TV beamed the first series of ten episodes without Kwese Iflix' patronage. This collaboration shows Kwese Iflix' willingness to encourage the development, production and distribution of local output.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Econet / Iflix / Kwese TV
Countries: Zimbabwe
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