Wi-Flix Signs Enters Agreement With Ignite Media Group And Nerasol to Scale Content Distribution In Ghana
Wi-Flix, Africa’s fastest-growing entertainment streaming platform, today announced a partnership with Ignite Media Group and technology firm Nerasol to provide users with seamless access to exclusive content everywhere, anytime.
In order to democratize content delivery in Ghana and across the continent, the three organizations have committed to working together to ensure that Wi-flix members have seamless access to great material that they can pay for.
Wi-Flix provides premium material at a low cost, and this collaboration with Ignite Media Group and Nerasol will broaden the range and quantity of engaging entertainment content available to its users.
Ignite Media Group, which owns Metro TV, Original TV, and Original FM, will co-create viewing material for the Wi-Flix platform under the terms of the agreement, while Nerasol will incorporate an extra payment option for Wi-Flix services and promote it through its digital channels.
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In addition, Metro TV will be added to Wi-flix as a channel, making it available to thousands of its users in Africa and the diaspora.
Bright Yeboah, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Wi-flix, spoke at the signing ceremony and praised Ignite Media Group for its interesting content, expressing optimism that subscribers will like it. “On Wi-flix, we now have over 30,000 hours of great and interesting programming.” Metro TV’s material is both fun and educational, and our subscribers will like it,” he said.
We’re pleased to engage with content creators across Africa to help them commercialize their work, and we’ll pursue more partnerships in the future,” he added.
Wi-goal flix’s is to expand the dissemination of real African and worldwide content via on-demand video and live TV channels, and this cooperation fits in with that goal.
“As Metro TV, we are happy to be cooperating with Wi-flix,” stated Mr. Kayode Akintemi, Managing Director of Ignite Media Group, following the agreement. We strive to create incredible programming every day, and we feel that this agreement will help us expand our distribution and elevate our brand to new heights.”
“This agreement is opportune, and we are delighted that our payment platforms will help Wi-flix to continue growing its reach in Africa by facilitating easy and safe transactions by subscribers,” stated Mr. Daniel Maafo, Managing Director of Nerasol Limited.
Mr. Samuel Ofori-Gyampoh, COO of the Jospong ICT Group, noted that traditional television is transforming and charged the Ignite Media Group to continue generating even more appealing programming that appeals to a much wider audience.
“Think about how this cooperation can help with capacity building in the industry and talent development as you seek co-production with Wi-flix,” he said.
Wi-flix subscription prices are 0.5pesewas per day, GHS 3 per week, or GHS 9 per month.
To use the Wi-flix service, go to www.wi-flix.com and sign up for a membership, choose your chosen payment method, and gain access to over 30,000 hours of fantastic material.
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