Africa 24 media launches Africa’s first factual storytelling platform

Africa 24 Media has announced the launch of the continent’s first all factual video-on-demand platform. The announcement made by the company’s Founder and C.E.O, Asif Sheikh, came as a roll-out of the next phase of the business.

“For 11 years we have been producing content from all over Africa. We have stuck to our mandate of telling Africa’s positive stories in different forms of media. Most will remember we did Africa Journal, which was the longest-running TV magazine on the continent. Today, we take it a step further and give Africans in the diaspora as well as those within the continent a chance to continue celebrating their motherland through stories. Through YEBO, we hope to give the power to the consumer, in this case, our audience to enjoy thousands of stories never seen before and created by our team of talented journalists.”

YEBO, captures the diversity and creative energy of Africa. It is home to educative, inspiring and entertaining narratives about Africans, their overcoming spirit and aspirations for the future. The platform offers stories from more than 30 different African countries, on both free and premium content at an affordable rate.

About Yebo Content

  • Documentaries: Half-hour documentaries on the History of major events on the continent, Biography of Africa’s history makers and Discover the continent in a fun and adventurous.
  • Short Stories: Hundreds of short stories on health, politics, sports, women and children, adventure and many more.
  • Weekly Shows: Fresh episodes of our weekly magazine shows and journey with us as we speak to opinion-shapers around the continent on The Scoop, travel to different destinations and celebrate our diversity On The Road, jam to Africa’s biggest hits and get the backstories from the artists themselves on UpBeat. Learn how to take better care of animals on Animore.
  • Editor’s Pick: What editor has picked for you to snack as you discover the content on our site.

Any downloaded content can be watched offline within a period of 30days.

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Gbenga Ajao is a journalist. He has garnered experience in print, electronic and new media. He is passionate about mobile and web technology.

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