June 25, 2024

Afrosport Announces Right To Broadcast Super Eagles World Cup Qualifiers On-Free- To-Air Tv

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Afrosport Announces Right To Broadcast Super Eagles World Cup Qualifiers On-Free- To-Air Tv

...Including Friendly Games

From left: Head of Production, Afrosport Tv, Solomon Anefiok; Content Director, Deji Omotoyinbo; and Broadcast Manager, Ranti Jekennu, during Afrosport’s announcement of rights to broadcast Super Eagles World Cup qualifiers on free-to-air tv on Friday

 

Afrosport has announced right to broadcast Nigeria’s Super Eagles World Cup qualifying matches to the teeming Nigerian supporters on free to air television.

Afrosport Content Director, Deji Omotoyinbo made this known on Friday May 24th in Lagos.

Omotoyinbo said that the organization has secured the right to broadcast all remaining Super Eagles qualifying matches, including friendlies free to air on TV.

He also envisaged that the Super Eagles would top their group and qualify without going through qualifier meant for the second place in the group.

“This means, Afrosport will deliver remaining 8 matches of World Cup qualifiers just like as it was seen during the African Cup of Nations held in January 2024”, he said.

Content Director, Afrosport, Deji Omotoyinbo

Afrosport will produce the content to a global audience, its crew will be producing the signals to all participating partnering stations in the country to watch the matches free of charge.’

It also secured a radio rights to broadcast the matches, said Omotoyinbo.

“The numbers prove that our partners cooperated with our sponsors to bring the matches to Nigerians free of charge.

 


From left: Head of Production, Afrosport Tv, Solomon Anefiok; Account Manager, Esther Agbo; Content Director, Deji Omotoyinbo; Administrative Manager, Angela Nweke; and Broadcast Manager, Ranti Jekennu, during Afrosport’s announcement rights to broadcast Super Eagles World Cup qualifiers on free-to-air tv on Friday

“Enjoy what we do and we are trying to place ourselves in a position beyond being a TV station that shows sports; we have a production company that can transmit sports at any level.

“The right eradicate dominance or monopoly of broadcast of world cup qualifiers to few selected Nigerians on paid TV”, he concluded.

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