Thursday, September 1, 2011

SyncTV Partners With African Movie Channel

US-based television platform provider SyncTV has announced a partnership with UK-based video-on-demand (VOD) service African Movie Channel (AMC), to deliver hundreds of classic and new Africa-origin films to global audiences through Roku Streaming Media Players and Samsung Connected TVs.

Launched in 2006, AMC is the first and only channel dedicated to top-quality African films from the popular Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, and other major African studios.

Lola Onigbogi, co-director and founder of AMC, said the digital platform is emerging as a top content distribution channel, and AMC recognises SyncTV as an extremely valuable asset in enabling the broader exposure of Africa-origin films.

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