‘CNN’s Leading Women’ Profiles Mo Abudu

Leading news network CNN has profiled Executive Chairman and CEO of EbonyLife TV, Mo Abudu. Mo is first black woman to own a pan-African TV channel, EbonyLife TV.

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‘Mo’ as she is fondly called was interviewed on ‘Leading Women’ – a show that connects its audience to extraordinary women in the world – as a talk show host and media owner who presents the vision of a very different Africa. The show celebrates women at the top of their field, exploring their careers, lives and ideas.

The news network noted that Mo’s greatest achievement and what makes her story remarkable is not just conquering African TV – but doing it without any prior media experience.

With EbonyLife TV, Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and lifestyle network, Mo has won acclaim for building a TV network creating 1,000 hours of fresh, engaging, original and premium home-grown programming yearly. And there are plans to unveil even more channels – all under the EbonyLife brand.

Click HERE to read the article and video from CNN

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