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Good for ' New Nollywood ': the impact of new online distribution and licensing strategies

@inproceedings{Pratt2015GoodF,
  title={Good for ' New Nollywood ': the impact of new online distribution and licensing strategies},
  author={Lande Pratt},
  year={2015}
}
  • Lande Pratt
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • The Nigerian video film industry has done well in the last two decades. UNESCO (2012) reported the industry (also known as ‘Nollywood’) was the second largest in the world based on the quantity of films produced per year. In its most recent report UNESCO (2013) excluded Nollywood from its analysis of emerging film markets, widely attributed to the presence of semi-professional/informal productions and high levels of piracy. Piratical and informal economies are, however, syncretic with the… CONTINUE READING

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