OTTera, a white-label OTT service provider that allows companies to launch highly customizable and affordable services has come up with a partnership with AfroLandTV, a black-centered streaming service to support diverse creators and technology leaders in the streaming sphere.
The company is known for bringing content across major streaming platforms including mobile, laptop, CTV, and FAST TV. The company has announced today about the investment. It is the first investment of its kind for the company. The company not only has a core belief in the vision and the content of the platform but also understands the hurdles faced by the companies like AfroLandTV, owned and operated by minorities.
AfroLandTV, a streaming service that is trying to bring pan-African stories accessible and available to global audiences. The streaming company is backed by renowned players such as Comcast and NBCUniversal. The present investment by OTTera will allow the streaming service the ability to create additional IPs. With the technology provided by OTTera, the company will be able to grow the IP distribution of the network, its licensing, and monetization.
Michael S. Maponga, CEO at AfroLandTV said, ‘We are so excited to have OTTera as a partner and investor in our vision to bring African stories to the world.” He also added that the world-class technology provided by OTTera will help them focus on providing the best African content.
With the support of the Business capabilities of OTTera, both companies will work to bring stories that have not reached them and break the stereotype of the mainstream media.