Netflix To Increase African Content

Netflix To Increase African Content 

Netflix, regarded as the world’s leading premium media streaming platform has said that it will rapidly increase its offer of African content

According to Netflix, some of these African contents have met with great success outside the continent.

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Nigerian in charge of Africa original content and acquisitions for the American platform, Ben Amadasun, during a visit to Paris said “we to get to scale quite quickly in terms of the offering that we have in the market but we are seing that there is a limit to how many very high level producers they are on this market so we are working very actively to support the industries and the ecosystem with training schemes and other initiatives that we have put into place in the last year and a half”. Information Guide Nigeria

“We are also looking at emerging talents in Africa and trying to see how we can develop them because their stories could be quite impactful as well, but we have to make sure that we are able to bring some of their stories and have those diverse voices representing in terms of our overall offering in the market.” Jamb Results

VOICE OF NIGERIA reports that by the end of this year, Netflix is expected to have the highest number of subscribers, at 2.61 million, and by 2026 will have an anticipated number of subscribers to be around 5.84 million.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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