As part of the South Australian Film Corporation’s five-year First Nations Screen Strategy launched on 13 November 2020, Channel 44 will mentor and provide valuable opportunities to First Nations screen creatives.
InDaily’s inaugural 40 Under 40 awards were announced last night. The award celebrates the passion, vision and achievements of South Australian business entrepreneurs under 40.
The office was buzzing today with the news that our Transmitter Licence has been extended for a further two years. This extension will see Channel 44 remain on Free-to-Air until June 30, 2020.
Congratulations to Fahim, the program provider of C44’s Farda TV and Ramadan TV, for recently being awarded the Art and Culture 2017 Individuals Category Award by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC. Fahim received this prestigious award for his work within the South Australian community. Fahim has been involved with: The Afghan/Aboriginal documentary, titled ‘Afghan
Fringe on 44 has been a great success. In fact, we got new followers every. day. On average, we reached 1,900 people per video. Our most popular video was the Randy and Chopper Interview in the Garden of Unearthly Delights. It was watched 23,153 times! In total, our videos were viewed more than 57,900 times, with more than 42,300minutes of content watched by our audience.
Channel 44 has been kicking butt this Fringe season! Interviews and reviews conducted by the C44 team have continued to surprise and impress the Adelaide and Fringe community. Our Facebook posts in the past week: Have reached over 52,000 people Had over 21,000 video views Had over 13,000 people engaged in our posts by liking,