EbonyLife TV just launched a premium, multi-screen, video-on-demand (VOD) platform.
EbonyLife TV’s VOD service provides access to engaging made-in-Africa, video content for users outside markets that broadcast EbonyLife TV, such as Africans in the Diaspora.
The VOD service is available via mobile apps and the web, so users are able to access the premium content on smartphones, tablets, and PCs.
EbonyLife TV’s VOD mobile apps are available for download via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Web users can stream content at vod.ebonylifetv.com.
The subscription plans cost $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.
“We at EbonyLife TV are very excited that our teeming audiences in the Diaspora can now catch up on EbonyLife TV on the go. With this premium [subscription] VOD platform, EbonyLife TV expands its range of services and mobile applications; and provides the African Diaspora subscribers, outside of Africa, an innovative offering of premium quality content, made in Nigeria, for the World,” said Mo Abudu, Executive Chairman and CEO of EbonyLife TV.
EbonyLife TV, Africa’s first global black entertainment and lifestyle network, was launched on July 1st, 2013 to a pan-African audience on MultiChoice’s DStv, Africa’s largest pay TV platform. EbonyLife TV is ranked in the top 25% of most watched channels on the DStv platform. EbonyLife TV produces and broadcasts over 1,000 hours of exclusive, premium, homegrown, and world-class video content annually.
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