CELEBRATING AFRICAN CONTENT PRODUCTION AND AFRO-URBAN CULTURE AT FAME WEEK AFRICA 2022

Trace Studios is an independent production company based in Cape Town and Johannesburg that operates globally with a focus on creative scripted and unscripted development, production and distribution.

The Studios business aims to export more African IP across the world by working with the best creative talent on the continent. As a creative business, the team’s focus on creative development is aimed at finding content solutions for their partners including platforms, broadcasters and advertisers.

The studio has generated over 6 000 hours of material for Trace and partners, including TV episodes, series, movies, documentaries, edutainment, music videos, and much more. With an extensive network, the company also distributes Trace content as well as third party content, locally and internationally.

As part of FAME Week Africa, Trace Studios will participate at MIP Africa to meet new partners and showcase its business vertical to a local and international audience. In addition, to ignite meaningful conversations around African IP and content development and production.

Furthermore, Trace Southern Africa has also partnered up with Muziki Africa as a GOLD partner through its channels, Trace Urban, Trace Africa, Trace Gospel, and Trace Toca.

Trace Southern Africa aims to be the number one destination for lovers of the freshest music and the most empowering brand supporting artists and stakeholders in the music industry. The main objective with Muziki is to create more opportunities and engage in the music business to help grow Trace as a  business and the sphere of creativity as a whole.

Opportunities to be created are not only to benefit Trace Southern Africa but also to offer artists more exposure, appreciation and respect for their music.

For more information on Trace and the group’s services, kindly visit the company website: https://trace.tv/

About Trace

Following the purchase of the eponymous magazine in 2003, Trace has evolved into a global platform devoted to promoting young people and Afro-urban culture. A total of 350 million fans use Trace in 180 countries, including France, Africa, the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean, Brazil, England, and the United States. Trace publishes 29 television channels, 100 radios, digital services, and mobile services.

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