Nathan Magoola, the filmmaker behind the sensation TV series Prestige, scored another deal with Multichoice Uganda.
MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) welcomed 60 new students for its Class of 2023 in its 12 Month fully-funded education programme that develops emerging TV and film talent in Africa.
Events promoter Abbey Musinguzi, alias Abitex, urged fellow promoters to consider focusing on bringing foreign musicians because local ones are no longer profitable.
Multichoice Uganda rolled out two new reality TV shows -- Take Me Back and KanSeeMe -- as it continues to strengthen its local content basket.
Police cleared 1597 sites for fireworks displays on New Year's Eve. According to a police statement released on Thursday, the displays include a string of firecrackers, close proximity, and special events fireworks.
The Voice Africa, an Airtel-sponsored reality singing competition aimed at rewarding talented vocalists, is warming up Ugandans for the main events with activations that have so far been held in two locations.
Kampala city socialite certified party Allan Gerald Kanyike, also known as Dynamite has passed on yesterday and it is reported he succumbed to brain hemorrhage.
Kanyike has been a popular figure in Kampala city, reportedly partying six days a week.
MultiChoice Uganda patnered with The Ebonies, a local filmmaker to launch a new series dubbed Urban Life.
Comedy Store Uganda announced the second edition of the Comedy Store Awards, which seek to reward the most outstanding comedians as well as the funniest personalities of 2022.