AYV TV bags broadcast rights for the Vickie Remoe Show in Sierra Leone

18 January 2019


Africa Young Voices (AYVTV), a news and entertainment media company has recently stated that it had acquired broadcasting rights for the Vickie Remoe Show, making AYV TV the authorised broadcast partner of Sierra Leone’s business, and travel TV Show.

The Vickie Remoe Show will be available on AYV Channel 34 every Tuesday at 8pm with a retransmission on Channel 33 every Friday at 7 pm from January 15 – March 19.

The Vickie Remoe Show was introduced in 2008 on the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service (SLBS) and it was revolutionary. Vickie Remoe was the first woman to independently produce content and host for the SLBS (now SLBC). Remoe offered an innovative aspect for talk shows and entertainment in Sierra Leone. The last season of the Vickie Remoe Show was aired in 2011.

The new season of the Vickie Remoe Show contains ten episodes. Viewers will enjoy high quality, content-rich educational travel, and business stories that feature West Africa’s gems.

Remoe declared, “Gems are those people, places, and brands that affirm our faith in the African dream.”

Since its introduction in August 2015, AYV TV has continuously developed the news and entertainment selections available to Sierra Leoneans, to offer a stage for young journalists and content creators to lead traditional and new digital media outlets across the nation.

The Chief Executive of AYV Media Empire, Antony Navo, said, “We are delighted to welcome the Vickie Remoe Show to our growing line-up of premium content for AYV viewers at home and abroad. African Young Voices is more than just our name. It is a commitment to Sierra Leone’s youth that they will always have a place to show their talent at AYVTV, AYV Newspaper, AYV radio, and AYV digital. Ms. Remoe is a true pioneer for broadcast and digital, and we are delighted that she has come home to AYV TV. We are the ideal platform to connect with a mass Sierra Leonean audience. Viewers choose AYV because of the breadth of our selection and richness of our experience. We will continue to provide Sierra Leoneans with breaking news and premium entertainment content on AYV Channels 34 and 33.”

Source: NexTVAfrica