The Africa Channel and its production arm, TAC Studios, is a showcase for the African continent’s most outstanding English-language television series, specials, documentaries, feature films, music, biographies, and cultural and historical content. The channel’s mission is to open up a daily window into modern African life and, in the process, help demystify Africa for viewers globally. The Africa Channel is based in Los Angeles and is available in approximately seven million homes in North America and the Caribbean on cable systems such as Comcast, Charter/Spectrum, and the Caribbean Cable Cooperative. In addition, it’s streaming subscription video-on-demand platform, DemandAfrica.com, is available worldwide on the web, mobile and connected devices.

 

Our Mission? To open up a daily window into modern African life and, in the process, help demystify Africa for American viewers.

Press Releases

  • The Africa Channel has launched in Canada on Rogers Communications' Ignite TV Service

    January 27, 2020

    Ethnic Channels Group Ltd. (ECG), the world's largest multicultural broadcaster, is pleased to announce that The Africa Channel has launched on Rogers IGNITE TV, serving viewers in Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Quebec.

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Media Coverage

  • MuliChannel News, April 7, 2020
    "Comcast offers free access to multicultural-themed services... African-American targeted services available to Xfinity customers with X1 and Flex include AFRO, Aspire TV, Black News Channel, Revolt and TV One, Brown Sugar, The Africa Channel..."
  • Comcast, April 7, 2020
    "Comcast today announced it is making on demand programming from more than two dozen more entertainment networks and subscription video services available for its Xfinity X1 and Flex customers to enjoy for free in the coming weeks."
  • C21Media, April 1, 2020
    "Australia-based distributor Fred Media has picked up global rights to over 300 hours of content from US cablenet The Africa Channel... culinary series Africa on a Plate, May’s Kitchen, and Minjiba Entertains; travel series World Wide Nate; and standalone documentary Forgiveness: The Project Ubumwe Story."
  • Business Ghana, February 4, 2020
    "Ethnic Channels Group Ltd. (ECG), the world's largest multicultural broadcaster, is pleased to announce that The Africa Channel has launched on Rogers Communications’ Ignite TV, serving viewers in Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland."
  • World Screen, February 3, 2020
    "Ethnic Channels Group (ECG) has brought The Africa Channel to Rogers Communications’ Ignite TV, serving viewers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland."
  • C21 Media, January 31, 2020
    "US cablenet The Africa Channel has launched in Canada via national telecoms and broadcast company Rogers Media."
  • Het Nieuws, January 28, 2020
    "Ethnic Channels Group Ltd. (ECG), the world’s largest multicultural broadcaster,is pleased to announce that The Africa Channel has launched on Rogers Communications’ Ignite TV, serving viewers in Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland"
  • VideoAge, January 2020
    The Africa Channel (TAC) sponsored some of the conferences, including “Exporting African Content,” which was held on the first morning of the market. Its panel included TAC’s Narendra Reddy and Brendan Gabriel, Côte Ouest’s Bernard Azria, Netflix’s Ben Amadasun, Discovery’s Henry Windridge, Cactus Tree’s Liz Levenson, and Fox Studios’ Reena Singh.

 

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The Africa Channel On-Air marketing and promotional assets. Link to asset folder.
 
 

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