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Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV. Credit: CNN

Mo Abudu: The Nigerian media mogul building a global empire (Video)

How do you get from a talk show sofa to boardroom chair? If you ask Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu, it’s being motivated by an eagerness to dispel ignorance – more specifically about Africa.

Chidi Mokeme (L) and Ramsey Nouah, in the Izu Ojukwu-directed movie '76

Nigeria's Nollywood showcases its massive potential at Toronto Film Festival (Video)

At times it feels like Nollywood has been around forever, such has been the Nigerian movie business’ impact on pan-African pop cultures and awareness around the world—and in Nigeria itself.

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Check out the 8 Nollywood movies taking this year's Toronto International Film Festival by storm (Photos & Videos)

“Lagos is entirely unique,” said Cameron Bailey the programme curator in a statement. “The city of Fela Kuti’s music has also given birth to one of the world’s most vibrant film industries.

A scene from the movie “Fifty” created by Mo Abudu's EbonyLife TV

Nigerian Media Mogul Mo Abudu Making Most of EbonyLife TV Success

On a recent trip to Spain, Nigerian media mogul Mo Abudu seemed to be losing sight of what was meant to be a short retreat.

Mo Abudu, who abandoned a high-flying career in the corporate world to run a television studio. Photograph: SundayAlamba/AP

The Lagos power list: 21 people in 21 million

Lagos, a megacity home to an estimated 21 million people, is Nigeria’s cultural and political powerhouse.

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Hooray for Nollywood: 10 Must-See Films From Nigeria

Behind its better known competitors in the U.S. and India, Nigeria has the world’s third-largest movie industry.

Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu's movie "Fifty" debuts at the BFI London Film Festival: Watch BBC interview (Video)

I’ve been following her various media moves since I first learned about her a couple of years ago, and have been updating you folks as new developments happen.

Mo Abudu's EbonyLife TV launches subscription video-on-demand African content platform for Africans in the Diaspora

Mo Abudu's EbonyLife TV launches subscription video-on-demand African content platform for Africans in the Diaspora

EbonyLife TV just launched a premium, multi-screen, video-on-demand (VOD) platform.

The Mercedes Maybach is one of the auto brands popular amongst Nigeria's top one percent

In Lagos, Nigeria, the 1% takes stock

Guests sashayed through the tent doors into a scene of surreal opulence. At the far end of the tent, engulfed by servants, courtiers, national politicians and guards with wires in their ears, the celebrant perched beside his wife on a throne covered with white faux fur, his every move broadcast on flat-screens arrayed around the tent walls.

Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV

Africa's most successful women: Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu, a 50 year-old Nigerian media entrepreneur and talk show host, is the founder of Ebony Life TV, a fast-growing black African multi-broadcast entertainment network, which showcases informative and entertaining programmes that portray Africa at its best.

Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu: How "Africa's Oprah" conquered a continent (Video)

Her name is Mosunmola Abudu, and in the last eight years she’s done it — and then some.

Mo Abudu

Mo Abudu, 'Africa’s Oprah', Showcases Different Side of Africa (Video)

Sometimes called “the Oprah of Africa,” Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu is a leader in the African television industry.

Mo Abudu, CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu on how she started EbonyLife TV (Video)

Mo Abudu on how she started EbonyLife TV