Lagos-based interactive entertainment network Rave TV has launched on Nigerian zero-data streaming platform SuperTV.
With more than 25 live TV channels already streaming on the SuperTV app, subscribers will be able to watch Rave TV on their devices and access content at an affordable price with just airtime rather than data costs, according to the companies.
“As a technology company that offers zero-data streaming, we also want to ensure that our subscribers have a wide range of quality entertainment while giving our partners a platform to monetise their content,” said Ijeoma Onah, acting CEO and director of content strategy and acquisitions at SuperTV
“SuperTV is glad to have Rave TV on board as one of our partners and we are positive that their authentic youth-focused content will bring both entertainment and value to our subscribers.”
Rave TV CEO Agatha Amata said: “We are particularly excited about this strategic partnership with SuperTV because our upwardly mobile, youthful audience can now easily access and watch Rave TV on their mobile devices at zero data cost. This is most certainly a win for us as we pride ourselves in our interactive and engaging programming time belts of participatory live and recorded shows.”
According to SuperTV, the partnership promises to bring entertainment to its own subscribers and a new audience for Rave TV, and will open up new and additional revenue opportunities for all parties involved.