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CANAL has been the main player in the TV sector for the last 25 years. CANAL+ is currently the entertainment leader in 25 countries in Africa. These past few years, the brand has played an important role in the local cultural development by his commitment in the promotion of African talents in its productions.
Whether they are following the biggest football games, watching breath-taking animal documentaries or enjoying the best movies, African people have spent quality time with CANAL+. Those moments have even extended recently. This past year, subscribers have spent a daily average of six hours watching CANAL+ on their TV box set.
With this new campaign and the signature “CANAL+ Together Everyday”, the brand is celebrating its subscribers and the unique link that has been uniting them every day for so long. Conceived by BETC, this campaign brings together a vision of this relationship, unique to the African area, and displays the ability of the agency to be a partner of the iconic French brand on many different markets.
This campaign will air on TV simultaneously on all the panafrican channels of the group (CANAL+ network, NOVELAS TV, A+, NOLLYWOOD TV, CUISINES) and the channels managed by CANAL+ ADVERTISING (FRANCE 24, TRACE, TV5 MONDE).
The monthly cumulative audience of these channels represent more than 300 millions of contacts according to the latest Africascope research.
The campaign will be also amplified online through Facebook Watch, YouTube and Facebook.
Advertiser: CANAL+ Afrique
Brand Managers: Hala Saab, Tristan Calas, Joan Yombo
Ad Agency: BETC
Agency Managers: Valerie Dhotel-Frances, Lucie Delaye, Sarah Petroff
Executive Creative Director: Stephane Xiberras
Creative Director: Eric Astorgue
Art Director: Charles Dessaux
Copywriter: Sebastien Duhaud
Music Supervisor: Christophe Caurret
Traffic Manager: Elodie Diana
TV Producer: David Brakha
Production Company: GPOP x Chouette Prod
Sound Company: Schmooze
Director: Julien Rocher
Media Company: Havas Media Africa