The SABC is still as powerful as ever.— Chris Botha, The Media Shop
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Chris Botha, Group Managing Director of The Media Shop.
Botha discussed the business health of the SABC and how audiences may respond to recent changes.
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Local content on South African television works incredibly well.— Chris Botha, The Media Shop
By prioritising local content they’ll attract larger audiences.— Chris Botha, The Media Shop
The SABC keeps delivering audiences, despite controversies.— Chris Botha, The Media Shop
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