An online resource and entertainment platform whose content is user-generated, Ogelle, has been launched in Ghana. Ogelle comes with the expectation to transform the African content and the way such contents are created and served.
Ogelle is a subsidiary of Reddot Television Network Limited. This African user-generated content platform focuses solely on the African continent as well as providing unlimited entertainment to users.
Ogelle’s community blog encompasses anything from films, lifestyle, music, comedy and a lot more.
The CEO of the Ogelle platform, Osita Oparaugo, at the press launch press, said:
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“The platform provides multiple opportunities for African content producers whose work will now be available around the globe, providing these producers a global voice. To lovers of African content, Ogelle presents world-class content that is rich in Africa’s customs and traditions, bold, diverse and globally appealing.”
Excitingly, there is an opportunity from the Ogelle platform to learning content creation — the Ogelle Vocation. It is supported by the company’s creative sector knowledge as well as a “network of commercial relationships”. This makes Ogelle serve as a link for content creators and consumers.
The Ogelle platform monetizes content so content creators can earn something from the platform. Oparaugo highlighted how creators can monetize their content.
“At the same time, we create competitive returns for content creators by monetizing any content that exceeds 10,000 views produced in line with our partner program. Our Global team consists of experts, industry insiders in content creation, acquisitions, distribution, film financing, and film production.”
To know more about this African-focused, user-generated content platform, how to join and monetize your content, head over to Ogelle’s About page.