Dr. Busola Tejumola, who works at MultiChoice as the Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, has become a member of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. This is a significant recognition in the world of television.
She joins a list of accomplished Nigerians, including John Ugbe, CEO of West Africa MultiChoice, who was inducted earlier, John Momoh, CEO of Channels TV, Taj Adepetu, CEO of Media Conglomerate Group 8, Moses Babatope, Executive Director of FilmOne Entertainment, and Femi Odugbemi, Executive Producer of Zuri24 Media, who are all part of this academy.
Dr. Tejumola’s appointment reflects her dedication to pushing the boundaries of television content, promoting cultural diversity, and showcasing the best global television programs. Her work has given African voices and stories a platform on a global scale.
She has been a key figure in the success of MultiChoice’s Africa Magic channel, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Under her leadership, the channel has produced shows like The AMVCAs and Big Brother Naija.
The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is a global network of over 800 entertainment and media executives who are passionate about advancing the art and science of television. It aims to recognize excellence in television programming created outside of the United States and presents the International Emmy Award, a prestigious television award.