Camera, Light, Action! Africa and the world at large will now get access to over 20,000 hours of premium Afrocentric movies and series, thanks to Afrostream.
This is after Nick Kirwa, the Head of Marketing at Afrostream, announced the launch of Afrostream, Africa’s premier streaming platform in Accra, Ghana.
Afrostream is the home of African Content where subscribers can access premium and exclusive Afrocentric content, anytime anywhere. “We are living at such a time when Africans at home and abroad need easier access to all categories of Afrocentric content, and we are glad that through Afrostream, subscribers will be entertained with some of the never aired before Afrocentric content from across Africa and diaspora,” said Mr Kirwa during the launch announcement.
African Audiences, both at home and abroad, will be able to enjoy a bigger variety and bouquet of content through https://myafrostream.tv and can be viewed on any mobile device, smart TV or PC for as little as GHC 1.80/day; GHC 6/ week; or GHC 18/ month. Afrostream is currently available across devices, with exception of iOS devices, but this will be up soon, according to the management team.
“Our subscribers have multiple payment options, including payment in local currencies with flexible options, hence giving them all the freedom they need to enjoy watching content from Across Africa and diaspora at their comfort," added Mr Toluwanimi David, Afrostream Business Project Lead.
Afrostream is launched at a time where the demand for unique and entertaining content is at a rise. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the content consumption patterns with viewers yearning for fresh and different content. With the launch of Afrostream, viewers are spoilt for choice when it comes to Afrocentric content, the platform currently has content from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon, South Africa, Zambia, Somalia, Rwanda and Ethiopia.
“Africa is not just rising, Africa has already risen. Therefore, Africa should not be seen from a development lens but from an investment lens. The time to tell our stories to the world is now, and thanks to Afrostream, Afrocentric producers and talent, have a mouthpiece. We call on Africa and the world at large to subscribe to www.myafrostream.tv today and enjoy the rich bouquet of content as well as share comments and feedback.”