Africa’s fastest growing streaming and television platform, Wi-flix and Ghana’s leading media conglomerate, Media General have announced a partnership that will see subscribers of Wi-flix enjoy exclusive content from Media General brands on Wi-flix.
The partnership is part of Wi-flix’s bold content strategy to offer subscribers diverse content and exciting entertainment on demand.
Launched recently in Ghana after a successful debut in Kenya, Wi-flix is redefining on demand streaming services on the African continent by providing the most diverse content at affordable rates to enable everyone with access to a smartphone device to access premium content on the go.
Commenting on the partnership with Media General, which owns and operates leading Ghanaian media brands including TV3, Onua TV, Onua FM, 3FM, Connect FM and Akoma FM, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Wi-flix Bright Yeboah said, “we are thrilled to partner with a leading media conglomerate such as Media General, who share our vision of democratising content to enable our subscribers enjoy the very best of authentic content.”
He continued, “Wi-flix is constantly exploring new stories and formats that entertain, educate and tell the African story through African content producers. This collaboration will further our vision of creating a global delivery channel for movie producers and content producers in Africa to showcase their work and enable their audience access to premium content on demand anywhere in the world at affordable price points”.
The Chief Operating Officer of the Media General Group, Winfred Kingsley Afful, in his remarks noted that, “our partnership with Wi-Flix will allow a global audience to access exclusive content from the stables of Media General, from local drama series to our multiple award winning reality shows. This means that now more than ever, subscribers can be assured of the best-in-class content across all genres as we integrate our content on the Wi-flix streaming platform. The platform presents an avenue for production houses to monetize localized VOD content in Ghana and across the globe.”
The Ghana Country Director for Wi-flix, Anthony Shaw in a brief remarks said, “This is a major step to providing the Ghanaian public and viewers in the diaspora a delectable array of local content on the Wi-flix platform. The partnership re-emphasizes our commitment to deepen our footprint in the delivery of localized content to our customers whilst enabling content producers to monetize their content. There’s no better time than now to sign up to the service than now. All you need to do is visit www.wi-flix.com to sign up.
Wi-flix is a leading African based live streaming and subscriber video on demand provider offering authentic, originally African and international content to subscribers in Africa and the diaspora. The service offers premium content at an affordable price point as part of a bold agenda to democratize content in Africa.
Based in the Netherlands and founded by two young Africans with a deep understanding of the continent, Wi-flix is poised to become a leading content provider in Africa and the diaspora.
Find out more at www.wi-flix.com
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