Directed by Betty Sulty-Johnson, TRACE Content Distribution (TCD) will be present at the MIPCOM in Cannes, from October 16 to 19 and at Discop Johannesburg from October 25 to 27, with a catalogue made of French and English premium Afro-urban programs (movies, concerts, magazines, documentaries and TV shows).
TCD has rights for television channels, mobile operators, video platforms, aerial and maritime video services and cinema. Among the titles and collections distributed: “Wives on Strike”, “Before 30”, “Dreams – Urban Musical”, “Brothers with no game”, “The West Indian Gangsters”, “Guest Stars”, “Afrobeats – from Nigeria to theworld “, ” Generation Papa Wemba “and” Salomon Kalou – the cherished elephant “.
The creation of TCD responds to a need to ensure better exposure and maximum monetization ofAfro-urban creators of world-class quality often abandoned by traditional distributors.
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