Zainab Fakunle

Zainab Fakunle

A music Strategist and also an OAP
Marketing
Lagos, Nigeria
Skills
  • Social Media
Experience
A mark with a smile

Art Director @A mark with a smile • Co-Founder

Media production company producing TV serial content programs for Africa.

32fm ibadan

Music Strategist @32fm ibadan • Employee

Recommendations

Zainab Fakunle EX. Producer, writer at A mark with a smile

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Recommendation Statement

Zainab Fakunle has contacted me for the recommendation on her behalf, whom I know to be a creative and fast growing broadcaster in a private Media station in Ibadan, Nigeria.

However, in the recent time she has added to her profile by creating an online TV and spices it with cultural and heritage journalism. Hence, with progress and daily development in the media broadcast, she definitely has a long and lasting values to add.

I therefore strongly recommend her for her excellent creativity and her unrelenting visions. Thanks.

Kind regards,

Ojuolape Samsudeen

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Recommendation Statement

Zainab Fakunle has contacted me for the recommendation on her behalf, whom I know to be a creative and fast growing broadcaster in a private Media station in Ibadan, Nigeria.

However, in the recent time she has added to her profile by creating an online TV and spices it with cultural and heritage journalism. Hence, with progress and daily development in the media broadcast, she definitely has a long and lasting values to add.

I therefore strongly recommend her for her excellent creativity and her unrelenting visions. Thanks.

Kind regards,

Nana Nketia CEO at Soultown KiNEMA recommended A mark with a smile where Zainab is Co-Founder

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.