Olatunbosun David Olaegbe
Subscribers of Pay TV provider, Startimes have expressed delight at the inclusion of Be.Television on its network. The TV station which was launched on 15 May is also enjoying rave reviews from entertainment writers.
The brain behind Be.Television is Olatubosun Olaegbe, who is also the MD of Genesis Studios, producers of popular, soul-lifting and award winning family television series – ‘So Wrong, So Wright’,‘Tales of Eve’ among others.
On the concept of Be.TV he said: “Riding on the mission of the parent brand (Genesis studios), Be.Television’s mission is to inspire positive socio-cultural change through highly inspirational television content and programming.
“We are humbled by the encouraging feedback from viewers in Nigeria and beyond. They appreciate the new wholesome and inspiring dimension of television entertainment that we offer,” he added.
Be.Television parades different categories of content specifically designed not just to inform and entertain but to promote the right family values with the aim of inspiring to effect positivity.
“Our programme segmentation are:Be.Info – Under this category, we bring our viewers news and other relevant information about global happenings. Be.Nolly – To every fan of home-grown movies, this is the exact platform they’ve been waiting for. Here, there is never a dull moment with our uniquely intriguing collections.”
“Others include: Be.Vibes – Hip and trending music videos…the decent and inspiring selection particularly dominates this segment. Be.Kids – With 3 hours dedicated to kids’ content daily, this is where every kid would rather be. Here, Toddlers, Pre-schoolers, and even teens get to have their turns with our fascinating range of children’s collection. Be.Shows – This category presents the viewer with lovely Talk shows, game shows and more.”
“Very popular are: Be.Sports – we capture football and indeed every other sporting activities. Be.Movies – Action? Thriller? Drama? Romantic Comedy? Musicals? The list is endless in this …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper