Netflix has chosen a range of its documentaries available for free via Google’s YouTube channel in a way to support teachers.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses struggle to stay afloat, but some tech companies are seeing boosts in revenues.
Netflix seems to be doing really well as the company’s 2019 fourth-quarter results show it has added 8.8 million subscribers.
Nigerians across major cities spent N3.60 billion on movies (weekends) at several Cinemas across the country to see movies.
MultiChoice, the parent company of DStv is all set to introduce what is being referred to as a standalone ‘dishless’ streaming product.
Netflix has addressed the brewing competition in the streaming market space, as the launch of Apple+ and Disney+ are fast approaching.
In order to strengthen its economic ties with Nigeria, Spain has promised to prioritise investment in Nollywood.
A recent survey has unveiled Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer and Billionaire, Elon Musk as the most inspirational leader in the tech industry at the moment.
Netflix, which had previously acquired the movies Lionheart, Wedding party, Chief Daddy and Mokalik, amongst others has now added three movies to its platform.
Leading tech company, Apple is set to launch its television subscription service, Apple TV in November.