Africa: Broadcasters in Africa Select Synpronize Dramas for Africa

27 November 2020

Broadcasters in Africa including StarTimes and e.tv have selected dramas from Dubai-based producer and distributor SynProNize. Free-to-air channel e.tv licensed romantic drama series Piya Naam Ka Diya (All for Love), African pay TV platform StarTimes picked up Swaragini (A Tale of Two Sisters) and Gathbandhan (The Odd Couple) and Onua TV in Ghana acquired Cello.

Commenting the latest development, Hasnaa Descuns, co-founder of SynProNize, declared: "SynProNize is expanding further into Africa and these partnerships are indicative of the great relationships that help us build our company reach."

On the other hand, Joel Hammond, Group Head of programmes for Onua TV parent company Media General in Ghana, said: "SynProNize is a trusted partner in the region and we look forward to a long and fruitful association. Our audiences are sure to enjoy this superbly produced drama series."

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