The Concept, A mark with a smile developed around a group of five persons fo...
The Concept, A mark with a smile developed around a group of five persons forming the Ghana Apaafour (Labourers) convince people in higher position to fund the activities of farming whiles the harvest shared in three parts; The GH Apaafour takes one and other 2/3 for the financiers. Demonstrating in a television drama series where the practical farming is cultivated with the main characters as farmers at the end of the program have the farms, which will belong to the production team.
The Project adapted from 4 manuscripts & 3 government policies; A role for TV License, The 4 Ws & H of TV license, Restructuring GBC, disorderliness, 1D1F, Planting for food and Jobs and beautification of the city are based on the 8 of the 17 SDG programmes.
The industry is growing rapidly; a viable venture and in Ghana, it has increase from five to 100 titles with over 300 hours of viewing. However, Africa and Ghana are yet to exploit this opportunity since most of these programs are from South America, USA, Europe and Asia.
The world turning digital, have brought up many new TV station, increasing the demand for TV programs. In Africa, lack of funding for developing the local TV content programs have been impossible making these stations depend on foreign contents. The viewing demand for TV series is on the rise such that advertisers are willing to pay huge sums to advertise their products on the programs. Also the internet is making the industry more lucrative since downloads for very good programs can generates over 150 million USD with an annual growth o almost 12%.
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From January – December, 2017 Average Daily Demand Expressions in the USA & UK from Science Fictions to Drama was between 18 – 68 million.
The Global Television Demand Report leverages the entire available; Parrot Analytics global TV demand data set, which is comprised of 3.3 trillion data points, across 60+ languages, for 100+ countries.
In this vast increase, Africa’s market is excruciatingly very high. With the increasing in the internet connectivity, fast-growing smartphone reach, the ever-falling cost of data, DTT, and streaming platforms, video entertainment readily available has put hundreds of millions of potential customers in play – with 75% of them under the age of 25. Whilst these markets can seem overwhelming and sometimes impenetrable, DISCOP offering both buyers and sellers of content the most reliable and direct access to its 1.2 billion populace and the growing demand for TV series programs impacting over 500 million people in 3 years.