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Bring Winter to Life with Samsung QLED

Posted by radio On June - 26 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

Thanks to new technology, Samsung’s QLED range is about to bring you a whole new world of cosy nights in front of the TV

TV viewing has changed forever with Samsung’s launch of the revolutionary 8K range which delivers a ground-breaking viewing experience and unprecedented value.

 

Experience what you never have before

 

With Samsung 8K QLED, every scene is amazingly vivid and real – it’s like watching 3D without the glasses. With more colours than the human eye can see, infinite details and optimised audio lets you see, feel and hear as the scene unfolds in front of you.

 

You can upscale what you’re watching

 

8K is still new technology but the 8K QLED display can convert what you watching, depending on the source content, into an enhanced version with improved details and sharpened definition. This means more crystal clear and precise images with reduced noise and sharpened definition. It’s like an instant upgrade of everything you’ve seen before.

 

Enjoy TV as it should be

 

Together with 8K resolution, Samsung’s HDR technology delivers maximum brightness and adjusts the scenes to the lighting conditions in the room. And, with fewer visible pixels, you’ll enjoy the feeling of pure immersion – even when you’re closer to the screen. This means everyone in the room has the same incredible experience at the same time.

 

Go on an audio journey

 

The QLED range automatically optimises the sound allowing you to hear a pin drop in a movie and even feel the massive roar of a crowd during the big game.

 

You can take control in innovative ways

 

Using the Voice Command feature on 2019 QLEDs, you can now easily access the content you want, and search for content based on your viewing habits. In order to provide even more entertainment options, it offers the all-new Apple TV app, this allows you access to iTunes movies and TV shows, and also supports Airplay2. Additionally, it works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant devices.

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Samsung today announced its new 27-inch CRG5(C27RG5) gaming monitor, the latest in Samsung’s line of curved gaming monitors. The CRG5 delivers innovative new gaming features including a lightning-fast 240Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility — providing a powerful combination of unparalleled picture quality and speed for intense gameplay.

“Samsung’s delivering next-level gaming experiences with innovative curved displays using the latest graphics technology to immerse gamers like never before,” said Reggie Nxumalo, Head of B2B at Samsung South Africa. “Combining a 240Hz refresh rate with NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility in Samsung’s new CRG5 curved gaming monitor gives gamers advanced performance for the most graphic-intense games.”

 

The 27-inch CRG5 delivers a 1500R display curvature combined with a lightning-fast refresh rate through 240Hz RapidCurve™ technology, eliminating screen lag time while displaying ultra-smooth scenes for a truly immersive experience. The monitor has been validated by NVIDIA to meet the performance and image quality requirements for G-SYNC compatibility and delivers smooth, tear-free, low-latency gameplay during any scene, all in full HD resolution (1920×1080). The monitor has deeper blacks and brighter whites with a 3000:1 contrast ratio, providing superfine detail even in the brightest and darkest parts of a game. CRG5 has a curved vertical alignment (VA) panel display, providing an immersive gaming experience with wide viewing angle.

 

CRG5’s minimal bezel design offers near edge-to-edge screen on three sides and a sturdy, ergonomic stand to help gamers stay comfortably immersed in gameplay. Gamers can also select pre-set display options for any genre of game with an on-screen digital menu, and for more advanced customisation users can create up to three separate display profiles to easily switch between.

 

The new curved gaming monitor joins Samsung’s full line of innovative curved gaming displays, including the company’s new ground-breaking 49-inch, CRG9 that immerses gamers in detail and colour with a high-resolution super ultra-wide gaming monitor with a 32:9 aspect ratio, dramatic 1800R curved screen and HDR1000. The Dual QHD display (5120×1440) leverages Samsung’s revolutionary Quantum dot technology for an exceptionally wide range of accurate colour reproduction, so every game feels true to life.
The CRG5 will be available globally in Q3 2019. For additional information on Samsung’s curved gaming monitors, please visit DisplaySolutions.com.

 

 

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The television adaptation of internationally acclaimed author Deon Meyer’s crime novel Trackers marks the beginning of a new era in high-end African storytelling. Pan-African television network M-Net and two global broadcasting giants are joining forces to take this uniquely South African political thriller to the world.  First, as announced in December 2018, M-Net sealed a ground-breaking collaboration deal with Germany’s public broadcaster ZDF. Now, M-Net can confirm that Trackers is also being co-produced by Cinemax, which will also distribute the drama series worldwide beyond M-Net and ZDF’s geographical broadcasting footprint.

 

 

 

“The trailblazing and massively exciting co-production of Trackers illustrates M–Net’s vision and commitment to shine the spotlight on the African film and television industry and provide fresh, proudly African narratives to our viewers as well as global audiences,” says MultiChoice CEO of General Entertainment, Yolisa Phahle. “It is also taking our longstanding relationship with Cinemax to the next level, allowing local and international talent to combine their world-class story-telling and production skills.”

 

 

While M-Net is already the home of Cinemax and its sister network HBO, allowing viewers to enjoy showstoppers like Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, Westworld and many more, HBO, Cinemax and M-Net also launched an innovative Producers Apprenticeship programme last year when the Cinemax series Warrior, coming to M-Net in July, was filmed in South Africa. Some other Cinemax originals screened on M-Net include Banshee, The Knick and Strike Back. 

 

 

“Cinemax is delighted to partner with M-Net and ZDF in bringing Deon Meyer’s unforgettable characters and storytelling—all so richly rooted in the people and spectacular geography of South Africa—to screens around the world,” says Len Amato, President, HBO Films, Miniseries, and Cinemax.

 

 

Filming for Trackers has already started in exotic locations spanning the length and breadth of South Africa and the co-production partners have been working together on all aspects of production – from developing and casting, to assembling the crew and approving the final content.

 

Master wordsmith Deon Meyer, whose multiple-award-winning crime novels have been translated into more than 20 languages, with millions of copies sold worldwide, serves as a supervising screenwriter and co-producer; British writer Robert Thorogood (Death in Paradise) is the showrunner. The team of South African writers on the project includes the accomplished Mitchell’s Plain playwright, screenwriter and director Amy Jephta (Die Ellen Pakkies Story) as well as local writer/directors Kelsey Egen and Jozua Malherbe.

 

 

Trackers is an unprecedented scripted television venture and MultiChoice and M-Net are proud to chart out new territory with all the game-changing players involved in this co-production,” Phahle concludes.

 

A talented local and international cast is on the bill for the six-part miniseries, some of which include Ed Stoppard, Rolanda Marais, James Alexander and Thapelo Mokoena. More details about their roles and additional credits will be announced at a later stage.

 

Trackers will make its debut on M-Net 101 in October 2019 and will also be available on MultiChoice’s popular on-demand service, Showmax. The six-part drama series is produced by UK production company Three River Studios as well as South Africa’s Scene 23.

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Samsung Pay Now Available On Galaxy A70 and A9

Posted by radio On June - 13 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

From 11 June, two new and popular Galaxy devices, the Galaxy A70 and A9, will both have instant access to the rapidly growing Samsung Pay mobile payment solution. Samsung Pay is continuing its rise in popularity locally and there are good reasons for it, as this secure and simple digital wallet turns your Samsung Pay supported devices into a bank and loyalty card. The success is being sustained through partnerships with major banking institutions including Absa, Standard Bank, FNB, RMB and Investec.

“Samsung Pay has brought South Africans a new level of convenience and security when making contactless mobile payments. Adding the Galaxy A70 and A9 to the list of supported devices now brings even more people a level of unsurpassed convenience,” says Justin Hume, Director: Integrated Mobility at Samsung South Africa.

 

The version of Samsung Pay on the A70 and A9 will support NFC only allowing it to be used effortlessly at any contactless payment terminal that supports Tap and Pay. Samsung Pay can be downloaded for free from the Samsung Galaxy Store.

 

The Galaxy A9 features a quad camera – the first of its kind on a smartphone and boasts cutting edge performance and uber-trendy colours. The Galaxy A70 showcases a stylish design, large infinity display, enhanced triple camera, powerful battery and seamless connectivity. Together, these devices will now include even more unrivalled technology through the introduction of Samsung Pay.

 

With a bank card loaded on a Samsung smartphone, paying is as simple as swiping upwards on your screen, authenticate via PIN orfingerprint and holding your phone by the Tap and Pay symbol on the payment terminal. Additionally, Samsung Pay’s security exceeds other mobile payment methods. Through tokenisation from Visa and MasterCard the physical card information is never used during the payment process but instead a unique cryptographic sequence and token is used for the transaction, where the cryptographic sequence changes with every transaction made.

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Today, at the 2019 Banff World Media Festival, Netflix joined imagineNATIVE, The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) and Wapikoni Mobile to announce a suite of partnership programs that aim to develop the next generation of Indigenous creators across Canada. These programs range from screenwriting intensives to apprenticeship programs, joining the 11 existing partnership programs Netflix has funded to nurture the next generation of Canadian creators from underrepresented communities.

 

“Indigenous communities in Canada are rich with unique stories, and organizations like imagineNATIVE, The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) and Wapikoni Mobile are vital to ensuring these voices are heard,” said Stéphane Cardin, Director of Public Policy, Netflix Canada. “Netflix is proud to help launch these three programs, which will reach Indigenous communities across the country.”

 

 

imagineNATIVE

The game-changing Netflix-imagineNATIVE partnership will demonstrate an unprecedented level of support for Indigenous filmmakers in Canada, who have urgent needs for professional development programming designed from Indigenous perspectives and delivered within Indigenous contexts by an Indigenous-run organization. Over the next three-and-a-half years, imagineNATIVE will undertake or expand six distinct activities aimed at Indigenous screenwriters, directors and producers through its Institute department:

  • Indigenous Producers Lab
  • Indigenous Directors Lab
  • Indigenous Screenwriting Intensive
  • ‘imagineNATIVE Originals’ Mentorship Commissions
  • Original Storytellers Series Incubator
  • Festival Industry Days & Year-Round Institute Series.

 

“We are thrilled to partner with Netflix to offer an unprecedented series of professional development initiatives at imagineNATIVE,” says Jason Ryle, executive director of imagineNATIVE. “This funding is a significant investment in opportunities for Indigenous directors, producers, and screenwriters in Canada, and marks one of the largest sponsorships in imagineNATIVE’s history.”

 

 

 

The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO)

The ISO-Netflix Production Mentorship and Apprenticeship Program will provide second phase support for Indigenous projects that may have received development support through other programs such as those offered by imagineNATIVE Institute, Hot Docs, Banff World Media Festival, or Whistler Film Festival, as well as others. The Program will include two streams: Key Creative Apprenticeships and Cultural Mentorships for directors, producers, screenwriters and showrunners.

 

“ISO spent the last year in consultations with Indigenous creators and this fund responds to their expressed need for new funding opportunities that will advance work and career opportunities, as well as allow them to follow protocols and practices that are central to Indigenous ways of working,” says Jesse Wente, director of the Indigenous Screen Office.

 

 

Wapikoni Mobile

Mentoring and coaching are at the heart of the unique Wapikoni Mobile development experience, and increased accessibility of tools, spaces and trainers are offered through the mobility of its studios. Wapikoni’s approach is centered around the belief that it is essential for the next generation to be inspired by the success of their community. With this new partnership, Wapikoni will be able to coordinate its important collective of emerging filmmakers, organize the numerous opportunities, and structure a program of both continuing education and professional coaching which will have a profound and lasting impact on the next generation of Indigenous creators.

 

 

 

 

At the centre of Wapikoni’s priorities is the intent to highlight a significant collection of audiovisual works and an immeasurable cultural heritage of artistic expression and Indigenous identity while promoting:

  • Mediation, dialogue
  • Awareness, education
  • Building bridges between Nations, Peoples and generations.

 

“At Wapikoni, we believe that many young Indigenous artists are isolated from opportunity. When travelling to them locally to offer tools and resources to create short films, we discovered that this journey also leads to supporting the development of talented, emerging filmmakers. Learning from the creative process is at the heart of important social transformations, especially in terms of personal growth, community development, community involvement. We are proud to support the emergence of unique artistic and cultural signatures which will have an invaluable contribution to new audiovisual productions,” explains Odile Joannette, from the Pessamit First Nation of Quebec, and executive director at Wapikoni. “The support from Netflix will allow us to continue to foster narrative sovereignty and cinematographic excellence, and we are absolutely thrilled to count Netflix as a partner, not only for our organization, but also for the voices of Indigenous youth,” she added.

 

 

Netflix’s support of these programs comes from its fund to develop the next generation of Canadian creators and talent, focused on underrepresented communities in the screen industry. This announcement marks the 12th, 13th and 14th partnerships since the fund was announced in September 2017. Other recent announcements in 2019 include partnerships with the Inside Out Film Festival, RIDM (Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal), and the Alliance des producteurs francophones du Canada (APFC).

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TAC Studios, the  production arm of US-based The Africa Channel, announced four new series being produced in Africa for the global marketplace. Building on its commitment to invest in talent and foster quality and excellence in media production on the Continent, the company is excited to announce new partnerships and productions from across Africa to add to its already extensive and diverse slate of Africa-influenced content.

 

 

A combination of scripted and unscripted projects, these programs reflect the breadth and depth of talent and storytelling available across Africa. They include MAY’S KITCHEN, a cooking show featuring the talented celebrity chef, May Yocoubi (a partnership with Filmedia in Egypt), SECOND HUSBAND, a scripted series based on the popular Nigerian film of the same name (a co-production with Biola Alabi Media in Nigeria), THE YARD, a drama series set in the world of the hip-hop scene in Nairobi (a co-production with Currency MEDIA in Kenya) and MY DESIGN RULES, a competition reality series in the world of real estate design (a partnership with Cardova Productions, in South Africa).

 

Brendan Gabriel, Johannesburg-based Head of Creative and Production for TAC Studios explains further “We are really excited to continue to evolve our network of relationships across the continent cementing our Studio as a key hub for Pan African content creation.  The producers and talent both established and new  who we are working with bring an authentic voice to their storytelling and we want to ensure that their stories are now distributed globally and reach vast new audiences. With the recent announcement of streamers such as Netflix and Amazon who are investing in content from Africa for their global viewership, TAC Studios is well positioned to be a key supplier to these entities”

 

“After partnering with Ominek Venture Group (OVG) to produce the feature film, A Second Husband we were very keen on finding a co-creator and co-producer with African roots to partner on the series. We are very excited to join forces with TAC Studios on this fun and fierce project”, said Biola Alabi of Biola Alabi Media.

 

Patience Stevens, Executive Producer at Cardova Productions has this to say of the partnership,  “We are pleased to work with TAC Studios on our series, My Design Rules as a first of many future collaborations, building on our prior relationship with its sister company, The Africa Channel who have successfully introduced our  highly rated daily show Expresso Morning Show to audiences in North America and the Caribbean”.

 

These shows are being created with a global aesthetic for audiences both across Africa as well as for North American and UK Pay TV and streaming platforms including The Africa Channel and Demand Africa.  They come on the heel of  other recent productions from TAC Studios including, Africa on a Plate, Minjiba Entertains and World Wide Nate, which have successfully been distributed to platforms in Africa as well as globally.

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HONOR 20 to launch in the UK on 21 June

Posted by radio On June - 6 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

Global smartphone brand HONOR today announced that the HONOR 20, lauded for superior design and photography capability, will be available to buy in the UK for £399 (R7 592) from Friday 21 June at Three, Amazon, Mobile Phones Direct, Very and Carphone Warehouse. Customers who pre-order the HONOR 20 by June 20 will also receive a free HONOR Watch Magic, normally £179.99 about R3 425.

The Wonder of 20

HONOR 20 gathered the global limelight at its London launch thanks to its combination of powerful 48MP AI Quad Camera with a multi-dimensional, Dynamic Holographic glass back and industry-leading technology including Kirin 980 chipset, GPU Turbo 3.0, a 3,750 mAh battery and Virtual 9.1 Surround Sound.

 

 

The HONOR 20’s Quad Camera leads with a Sony IMX586 48MP Main Camera, as well as a 16MP Super Wide Angle Camera, 2MP Depth Assist Camera and 2MP Macro Camera. The HONOR 20 is also equipped with AIS Super Night Mode, letting users record their magic moments in great details even in dimly-lit scenarios.

 

 

The HONOR 20 also comes with Super Bluetooth, powered by its Kirin 980 and Hi1103 chipset. Thanks to Super Bluetooth, the HONOR 20 can use AI algorithms to adjust its Bluetooth signals and connect to Bluetooth devices further away than ever before. In HONOR’s lab testsi, the HONOR 20 was able to stay connected to a pair of Bluetooth headphones more than 244 meters away, further than any other phone tested.

 

 

On the rear, HONOR 20 redefines the user experience by becoming the first product in HONOR’s history to introduce a multi-dimensional, Dynamic Holographic glass back, available in either Sapphire Blue or Midnight Black. Meticulously crafted through HONOR’s industry-first Triple 3D Mesh technology, the two-stage process first create a depth layer using nanotechnology to engrave millions of miniature prisms. Upon completion of this intricate process, the engineers continue with the assembly of glass, colour, and depth layers. As light passes through the prisms in the depth layer, light is reflected and refracted in all directions.

The Wonder of an All-Round User Experience

HONOR’s “Always Better” ethos drives the brand to go beyond the textural and color design of the Dynamic Holographic glass back. HONOR 20 boasts a 6.26″ all-view display with a 91.7% screen-to-body ratio. Featuring a 4.5mm in-screen camera, the all-view display allows an even more enthralling visual experience without compromising on aesthetics.

 

 

Finally, the HONOR 20 is equipped with spectacular audio and visual technology, including the industry-leading GPU Turbo 3.0 – a feature that boosts the device’s gaming capabilities by offering users an enhanced visual and tactile experience. Backed by consumer demands, HONOR has teamed up with approximately 25 most sought-after mobile games right now including Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, and Arena of Valor.

 

 

HONOR 20 users also can indulge in an immersive audio experience through the Virtual 9.1 Surround Sound feature powered by Histen 6.0. This is the first time that this cutting-edge technology is applied to smartphones. The Virtual 9.1 surround sound supports all types of wired and wireless earphones and packs an in-built dual microphone with noise reduction – a system tailored according to the specific needs of technophiles and audiophiles.

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It was a dream come true at the star-studded event in Sandton Ster Kinekor Cinema, where graduates of M-Net’s Magic in Motion Academy (MiM) had two of their films premiered on the big screen in front of a select audience.

Established in 2014, MiM is focused on transforming the South African film and TV industry. By upskilling students and empowering them with substantial knowledge and experience in just 12 months, they are suitably equipped to embark on a career in their chosen field. Some have started their own production companies and produced award winning content.  To date, 58 students have already been trained and are making their mark in the video entertainment industry.

 

 

“Like many incredible works of art, TV shows or movies, it often starts out with a dream. We dreamt of using our experience as Africa’s most-loved storyteller to empower the next generation of Africa’s storytellers, by practically developing their skills in the film and TV industry.” says Yolisa Phahle, MultiChoice CEO of General Entertainment.

 

During their year at the academy, the MiM interns attend specialist classes where top industry professionals share their experiences and knowledge of the profession. However, the bulk of the training comes from hands-on training with the best-of-the-best in the industry, through interning on current professional productions and special events.  On the various sets, the interns meet the top television and film producers as well as crew, forging relationships that will stand them in good stead in their future careers.

 

The success of previous MiM interns has led to several MiM graduates being given the opportunity to start their own production companies. One such company is Eccentric Circus, a production company started by Xolani Nhlapho, Neo Sibiya and Thabo Mashaila. They were part of the class of 2016 MiM.

 

 

“Last year, our company Eccentric Circus was kickstarted through the MultiChoice Group’s Enterprise Development Trust. Our vision as a company is to tell stories about young black people trying to navigate post-democratic South Africa’s changing landscape.” said writer of Temba Lam, Neo Sibiya.

 

Local actor, Ben Kgosimore says: “Working with these graduates was incredible. They were very professional. Every one of them were truly amazing.”

 

Perhaps the most exciting part of the MiM internship is that they get to make four films during their year, which are broadcast on Mzansi Magic in prime-time slots. The MiM movies compete on an equal footing with all the professional productions that are created for the Saturday evening movie slot and they perform remarkably well, regularly appearing in the Top Ten programmes for the channel. To date, the Academy has produced 15 movies that have been broadcast on prime TV.

 

 

“It is exciting for us as a business that the very thing we are passionate about can bring about a meaningful change and allow people to achieve their dreams. I take pride in seeing how we have enabled passionate young storytellers, to bring to life our stated aim at MultiChoice of ‘enriching lives’,” adds Phahle.

 

The Academy supports MCG’s commitment to uplifting and investing in communities across South Africa and reflects the impact that their contribution makes to upskill local actors as well as film and television makers.

 

During the past financial year, MCG made a substantial R2,5 billion investment in local productions across the continent.

 

“Beyond the entertainment value, it’s rewarding to see how our investments in infrastructure, technology and skills development is empowering the next generation by harnessing the emerging talent of the youth and enabling them to achieve their goals,” concluded Pahle.

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Join the Stars of Africa at #VDJ2019

Posted by radio On June - 5 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

The Greyville Racecourse in Durban will once again be home to Africa’s greatest horse racing event on the afternoon of the first Saturday of July, as all eyes of the racing world will be on best thoroughbreds in South Africa, as they storm down the home straight to the finish of the R4,25 million, Grade 1 Vodacom Durban July.

 

 

As a DStv customer you could be amongst the race spectators; enjoying all the views, fashion and iconic moments. During the month of June, customers can follow the 25 Young Designer Award semi-finalists on the Vodacom Durban Julyfacebook page; to vote for the #VDJ2019 Young Designer you believe should showcase at the exclusive Vodacom Durban July Preview Fashion Show at Gateway Theatre of Shopping on Saturday 29 June and on race day on Saturday 6 July at Greyville Racecourse.

 

 

Ready to vote? Here’s a rundown of how you could secure your #VDJ2019 ticket:

STEP 1 Check out each #VDJ2019 Young Designer’s pic on Facebook

STEP 2 Like and leave a comment on your favourite Young Designer pic using the hashtag #VDJ2019YoungDesignerFanFave

STEP 3 Keep your fingers crossed for the ultimate call from the #VDJ2019 team

Voters stand a chance of winning a Samsung J6+ phone and a double set of General Entrance tickets to the 2019 Vodacom Durban July at Greyville Racecourse on 6 July 2019.

See you on race day!

 

 

Terms and Conditions

  • Competition is open to all DStv customers (all packages)
  • Giveaway closes on 21 June 2019.
  • Giveaway is in no way affiliated with facebook or instagram.
  • Winner will be chosen via a random draw.
  • Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Prize excludes flights, accommodation and transportation to Greyville Racecourse.
  • Winners DStv account has to be active at the time of draw.
  • General Entrance tickets may not be exchanged for cash and are to be collected from Gold Circle in Durban prior to 4 July 2019.
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SABC looking for weather presenters

Posted by radio On June - 4 - 2019 ADD COMMENTS

FREELANCE WEATHER PRESENTERS REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING TV NEWS BULLETINS:

  1. XITSONGA
  2. TSHIVENDA
  3. ISIZULU
  4. ISIXHOSA
  5. ISINDEBELE
  6. SETSWANA
  7. SEPEDI
  8. SESOTHO
  9. SISWATI
  10. ENGLISH
  11. AFRIKAANS

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF ROLE:-

 

Presentation of weather shows “live” on television news KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:-

  • Interpret weather maps for live television news broadcasts
  • Alert and warn viewers about severe weather conditions
  • Present weather reports “live” on television;
  • Do live interviews with fellow presentors

 

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:-

  • Undergraduate qualification in, journalism, media studies or related field
  • Added advantage Meteorologist/Geography degree
  • Good command of the first language
  • Television presenting skills
  • General knowledge of weather conditions/patterns Interested candidates must forward their applications with a concise CV to:

 

 

 

Human Resources Manager: News If you have not had any response within six weeks of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

Email: <newsjobs@sabc.co.za>

Closing Date: 18 June 2019

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