Cape Town – If you’re reading this it is probably because curiosity got the better of you.
The flickering allure of the emoji puzzle is irresistible so don’t let the guilt get to you.
The campaign is part of a drive to get you to know Channel24!
So what is Channel24? Let us explain!
1) News24 is our big bro
Channel24 is the entertainment news section of News24. All the entertainment news you read on News24 is published on www.channel24.co.za! We cover everything from local to international entertainment news and travel the world to bring you the best coverage.
2) We’re a big family
Channel24 is SA’s largest entertainment news website consisting out of a movie section, TV section, Hollywood news section, music section, viral news, paparazzi snaps and local entertainment news. Channel24 is also home to The Juice and tvplus.
3) We’re obsessed with movies
Channel24 has a team of local movie critics that watch and review every single movie released in South African cinemas every week. The reviews go live every Friday morning and are also included into our Friday movie guide.
4) And the award goes to…
The Channel24 team cover international and local award shows live on the site. You can follow minute-by-minute updates on Channel24 of the biggest shows across the globe as they develop. Sometimes we wake up in the early hours to make sure we give you all the coverage right there on your phone! We also host our own Channel24 Online Awards every November in which we honour SA's top celebs on social media.
5) We’re obsessed with social media
We’re absolutely obsessed with social media. You’ll find us everywhere! We’re on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (Channel24SA)! Give us a follow and we’ll keep you updated 24/7. We’ve also go dedicated social media channels for our specific sections which means you only see the news you are interested in. Music: Facebook, Twitter. Movies: Facebook, Twitter.
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