With barely a month to the biggest entertainment conference in West Africa, Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NECLive), ID Africa has partnered with Trace TV for the ninth edition of the conference.
Slated to hold on Friday, April 29, 2022, at Landmark, Lagos, NECLive will be returning as a hybrid event, and ID Africa’s partnership with Trace TV is expected to help the event reach over 20 million people watching on the respected channel and other Cable TV.
Launched in 2003, Trace TV has been a proponent of African talent, creativity and entertainment. With a nearly 350 million fan base, Trace TV leverages on the power and creativity of hip-pop that appeals to the younger generation.
For the past eight editions, NECLive has successfully played a vital role in engaging industry leaders in the entertainment industry, and this ninth edition themed, “Sustaining The Africa Momentum”, is geared toward using technology and digital means to build and sustain the progress made so far.
NECLive9 is partnered by AV Edge, MTV Base, African Movie Channel, 7Even Interactive Limited, MultiChoice, Trace TV, X3M Ideas, Legit.ng, Mirus Events, Huce Valeris, The GreenRoom Nigeria, Landmark Centre, Plaqad and BHM.