Iroko Partners To Launch iROKING Music Streaming Service Tomorrow

Barely a month after the launch of IROKOtv, Iroko Partners has gone a step further with iROKING. iROKING is a free music streaming service for Nigerian music. Iroko Partners has signed deals with a whole lot of artistes – Davido, Eva, Skuki, MODENINE![The fact that they've got Modenine already has me hooked], Waje, Timaya, Shank, 2Face, Tim Godfrey, P-Square, 9ice, Kefee, Flavor, Banky W and a host of others. The site currently streams music although the official launch... Read More

IROKOtv Goes Live: Africa’s Netflix?

  You probably remember Iroko Partners. You don’t? Iroko Partners run Nollywood Love: The guys that brought you BlackBerry Babes and other Nigerian movies on YouTube. IROKOtv is Iroko Partners’ video streaming service. The site currently streams a bunch of Nollywood movies and will be free until June 2012. Since Netflix and other streaming services have refused to give us eye, IROKOtv is a brilliant idea and since Iroko partners already has deals with many movie... Read More

NollywoodLove Founder Says He Hasn’t Received $3Million Funding

  The original title of this post was ‘Nigerian Startup NollywoodLove Gets $3Million Funding”. I drafted it in this morning so I’ll let you read the original draft at the bottom. Webtrendsng reported that Jason Njoku’s NollywoodLove had received $3Million from an unnamed American Startup fund. Well, NollywoodLove’s founder, Jason Njoku in an email to Techloy has said “IROKO Partners / NollywoodLove funded? Not too sure where you getting your... Read More

Jason Njoku talks to CNN’s African Voices about Africa’s Internet Revolution[VIDEO]

If you’ve recently watched any part of the ‘BlackBerry Babes’ series on YouTube, Jason Njoku is the man responsible for that. Jason is the Managing Director and founder of Nollywood Love, a company that uploads Nigerian content to a global audience. In this interview with CNN’s African Voices, He talks about his desire to create a framework for online distribution in the Nigerian Movie Industry and why the technology scene in Africa at the moment reminds... Read More